Creative Characters

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Routledge, 1991 - Psychology - 264 pages
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In Creative Characters, Elisabeth Young-Bruehl reflects on the long search for understanding of creativity and offers a novel approach. She notes that studies of creativity fall into types.

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CREATIVE CHARACTERS

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Author of biographies of Hannah Arendt (1982) and Anna Freud (1988) as well as the novel Virgil (1983), Young-Bruehl hits the ground running in this demanding approach to understanding creativity ... Read full review

Contents

One Characterology and Creativity
17
Two Creative Characters on Their Characters
35
Three Comparative CharacterIdeals
59
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About the author (1991)

Elisabeth Young-Bruehl is Visiting Professor at Haverford College and the author of Mind and the Body Politic.

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