Offprint. In light bown wraps with a signed presentation to the novelist Brigid Brophy on the cover--’provocatively but very cordially.’ 8 pages. Discusses the psychiatrist in fiction with reference to Nabokov, Mauriac, Sillitoe, Balchin etc., Rom was an Adlerian and somewhat critical of Nabokov’s dismissal (in ‘Lolita" ) of the beneficial effects of psychiatry. Loosely inserted is a 10 page paper by Rom (with Heinz Ansbacher) entitled ‘An Adlerian Case or a Character by Sartre.’ This a study of the character ‘Paul Hilbert’ in Sartre’s short story ‘Herostratus.’ Wraps sl creased o/w vg. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: PSYCHIATRY IN MODERN NOVELS. (SIGNED) .
Publisher: International Journal Of Social Psychiatry, 1965.,, London, First Edition Thus.
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