Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art

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International Universities Press, 2000 - Psychology - 358 pages
Based on more than twenty-five years of research in psychology of art as well as clinical psychoanalysis, the essays collected in this volume afford a rare opportunity to follow the development of the author's thought and to experience with him the unfolding of his ideas.

"The striking absence of generalities, together with the careful documentation of what observations the author has made, give to his book an especial worth which should make it highly useful to both psychoanalyst and artist."

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