STARRY STARRY NIGHT. Life And Psychiatric History Of Vincent Van Gogh.

van Meekeren, Erwin.

Published by Benecke:, 2003
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164 pages, illustrated in b&w. "Everything that has already been written about Vincent van Gogh would fill many bookshelves. This book aims to add something new. it deals with the history of Vincent's illness. Much has already been published about that, too, but here a unique diagnosis is presented in an unusual format. This book describes Vincent's life, his personality, the times in which he lived and his psychiatric history." FINE SOFTCOVER. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: This book describes Vincent's life, his personality, the times in which he lived and his psychiatric history. It deals with the history of Vincent's illness. Through analysis of Van Gogh's letter his personality is unraveled and a plausible argument is made that he probably suffered from borderline personality disorder. Other factors, which played a part in the origin of his symptoms and behavior disorders, are also explained.

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Publication Date: 2003
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Book Description Benecke N.I., Amsterdam, 2003. 1st ed.. Paperback wide trade, very good condition, black & white photos & drawings, colour replicas of paintings, minor edgewear. 164 pp. This book describes Vincent's life, his personality, the times in which he lived, and his psychiatric history. The book has been written by a psychiatrist, and it is intended for anyone with an interest in Van Gogh and his era. There is a small section with a limited number of colour replicas of his paintings. Bookseller Inventory # 29031

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Book Description Benecke, Amsterdam, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Clean tightly bound copy. Unmarked pages. Near Fine! Secure boxed packaging! "Everything that has already been written about Vincent van Gogh would fill many bookshelves. This book aims to add something new. It deals with the history of Vincent's illness. Much has already been published about that, too, but here a unique diagnosis is presented in an unusual format. Through analysis of Van Gogh's letters his personality is unravelled and a plausible argument is made that he probably suffered from borderline peronsality disorder. Other factors, which played a part in the origine of his symptoms and behaviour disorders, are also explained. This book describes Vincent's life, his personality, the times in which he lived and his psychiatric history. It is intended for anyone who is interested in Van Gogh and his era." 164 pgs. c3. Bookseller Inventory # 4733

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