In the Shadow of War: Memories of a Soldier and Therapist

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Temple University Press, 1991 - Medical - 152 pages
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Presents a collection of stories that give an impressionistic understanding of what people bring with them from the battlefield. This book shows how war has hollowed out a desolate central core which, sooner or later, threatens each of its victims with an inability to function, with a breakdown in relatedness.

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