A Way of Looking at Things

A Way of Looking at Things

Selected Papers of Erik H. Erikson, 1930-1985

Book - 1987
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This gathering of Erikson's previously uncollected writings reflects the evolution of his ideas over the course of fifty years, beginning with his earliest experiences in psychoanalysis in Vienna. The papers cover a wide spectrum of topics, from children's play and child psychoanalysis to the dreams of adults, cross-cultural observations, young adult-hood, and the life cycle, to reminiscences about colleagues, such as Anna Freud, Ruth Benedict, Robert Knight, Dorothy Burlingham, and Peter Blos, who have played important roles in Erikson's life and work. Several of these papers have never appeared in print and two have been translated from German especially for this volume. All convey Erikson's developing vision of the richness of human potential.
Publisher: New York : Norton, 1987
ISBN: 9780393022674
0393022676
Characteristics: xxvi, 782 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Schlein, Stephen

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