Elisabeth Young-Bruehl

Elisabeth Young-Bruehl was a psychotherapist at the Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. She was the author of two well-known biographies, one of Hannah Arendt and one of Anna Freud, as well as other works including Freud on Women, Creative Characters, Mind and the Body (a collection of essays), and a novel, Vigil.

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Cover: Subject to Biography: Psychoanalysis, Feminism, and Writing Women’s LivesSubject to Biography: Psychoanalysis, Feminism, and Writing Women’s LivesYoung-Bruehl, ElisabethPAPERBACK03/01/2000$35.00
Cover: The Anatomy of PrejudicesThe Anatomy of PrejudicesYoung-Bruehl, ElisabethPAPERBACK02/19/1998$20.50
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