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Banished knowledge; facing childhood injuries

By: Miller, Alice
Material type: TextTextNew York/London Doubleday/Nan A. Talese c1990Description: xi, 212p; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-385-26761-4Subject(s): Child Psychology | Parent and Child | Repression (Psychology) | Good and Evil | Child Abuse | Mothers | Incest | O'Neill, Eugene. 1888-1953 : Long Day's Journey Into NightAbstract: 'In order to elimate her own repression, Alice Miller searched for a therapy concept that would provide access to the injured child in the adult without blocking the child's language with moral, pedagogic demands....She believes that any person can...follow the path she has taken: to feel the banished child in himself and let that child speak and rebel in order to liberate himself.'
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Incest : see index.. O'Neill, Eugene. 1888-1953 : Long Day's Journey Into Night : see index.

Orig. pub. as Das verbannte Wissen, 3d ed., Suhrkamp Verlag am Main, c1988. Trans. by Leila Vennewitz.

'In order to elimate her own repression, Alice Miller searched for a therapy concept that would provide access to the injured child in the adult without blocking the child's language with moral, pedagogic demands....She believes that any person can...follow the path she has taken: to feel the banished child in himself and let that child speak and rebel in order to liberate himself.'

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