Satan: His Psychotherapy and Cure by the Unfortunate Dr. Kassler, J.S.P.S.

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Random House Publishing Group, 1983 - Fiction - 499 pages
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Satan returns to earth in the form of a computer and chooses psychoanalyst Sy Kassler to cure him of an unhappiness caused by his eternal competition with God.

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A fictional account of how Satan came to live inside a computer in the basement of a large mansion, and acquire psychotherapy from a hapless, tormented therapist. Strange and bewildering characters ... Read full review

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One of my favorite books.Very Recommended.


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About the author (1983)

Jeremy Levin veered from a career in the field of neuro-psychiatry to become a novelist, a screenwriter ("Creator, Playing forKeeps, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Crazy as Hell, Alex & Emma, The Notebook"), and a director ("Don Juan DeMarco", which he also wrote). He divides his time between Paris, Connecticut, and New York City.

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