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The Quest for the Father: A Study of the Darwin-Butler Controversy, As a Contribution to the Understanding of the Creative Individual

by Greenacre, Phyllis

Condition: Near Fine condition

International Universities Press, 1963. Hardback 1st Edition Near Fine condition Blue cloth. Approximately 8 x 5 inches. 128 pages. Part of The Freud Anniversary Lecture Series of The New York Psychoanalytic Institute. An expanded version of a lecture given at the New York Academy of Medicine, May 22, 1962.


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