Identity's Architect: A Biography of Erik H. Erikson
Identity's Architect is the first comprehensive biography of Erik Erikson, postwar America's most influential psychological thinker, who decisively reshaped our views of human development.
Drawing on private materials and extensive interviews, award-winning historian Lawrence J. Friedman illuminates the relationship between Erikson's personal life and his groundbreaking notion of the life cycle and the identity crisis. A decade in the making, this book is indispensable for anyone who hopes to understand fully the life and intellectual legacy of one of the most significant figures of our time.
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A voice of hope amidst the pathologists of psychoanalysis, Erikson was committed to describing people's minds in a healthy state. In this complex, nicely rendered biography, Friedman draws a fine ... Read full review
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Vienna Years Psychoanalysis as a Calling 192733
The Making of an American From Homburger to Erikson 193339
A CrossCultural Mosaic Childhood and Society
Lives in Cycle Childhood and Society II
Voice and Authenticity The 1950s
Professor and Public Intellectual The 1960s