Finding evidence in new psychological research, the myth of Psyche and Cupid, Shakespeare’s plays, Freud’s case histories, Anne Frank’s diaries, and contemporary novels, Carol Gilligan discovers that the roots of a more hopeful view of love are all around us.
©2002 Carol Gilligan (P)2012 Bma Audio
"Gillian’s mastery of literary sources and her intelligent but nonacademic writing make this an enjoyable, challenging work." (Publishers Weekly)
"An original and elegant inquiry, a fine weave of vivid case studies of ‘couples in crisis’ and brilliant literary analysis." (Booklist)
"A rich and personal tapestry.... [A] bold and boundary-breaking book." (The Boston Globe)
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