Arguing that society must reclaim hysteria to have a full understanding of the human condition, Mitchell traces the history of hysteria from the ancient Greek to modern-day psychiatric diagnoses.Arguing that society must reclaim hysteria to have a full understanding of the human condition, Mitchell traces the history of hysteria from the ancient Greek to modern-day psychiatric diagnoses.Read Less
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This item is printed on demand. In this eagerly anticipated new work, the author of the classic Psychoanalysis and Feminism argues that we must reclaim hysteria to have a full understanding of the human condition.
Interesting approach, reflecting on the horizontal relationships in our lives being almost/maybe even more important than our vertical relationships. The importance of brothers, sisters and friends and the impact on our personality development.
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