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Erik H. Erikson • 24 Items / 11 Books, 13 Articles
Young Man Luther (1959)
A Study in Psychoanalysis and History
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    Shrinking History---Part Two (6 Reviews)
    The Kennedy Neurosis, by Nancy Gager Clinch
    1. The Kennedy Neurosis by Nancy Gager Clinch
    2. The Mind of Adolf Hitler by Walter C. Langer
    3. Leonardo da Vinci by Kurt R. Eissler
    4. In Search of Nixon by Bruce Mazlish
    5. The Revolutionary Personality: Lenin, Trotsky, Gandhi by E. Victor Wolfenstein
    6. Young Man Luther by Erik H. Erikson
    The New York Review of Books, March 8, 1973, pp. 25-28
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    Brief Comments on recent books (18 Reviews)
    Grand Canyon, by Joseph Wood Krutch
    1. Grand Canyon by Joseph Wood Krutch
    2. Penn's Woods West by Edwin L. Peterson
    3. Coral Island by Marston Bates and Donald Abbott
    4. Williamstown Branch by R.L. Duffus
    5. The Voyages of Joshua Slocum by Walter Magnes Teller and Joshua Slocum
    6. Bizet and His World by Mina Curtiss and Georges Bizet
    7. Letters to William Blackwood and David S. Meldrum by Joseph Conrad and William Blackburn
    8. Granite and Rainbow by Virginia Woolf
    9. Young Man Luther by Erik H. Erikson
    10. Land in Search of God by Stanley J. Rowland, Jr.
    11. The Muro-Ji by Momoo Kitagawa and Ken Domon
    12. The Academic Marketplace by Theodore Caplow and Reece J. McGee
    13. Central Intelligence and National Security by Harry Howe Ransom
    14. Party Committees and National Politics by Hugh A. Bone
    15. A New History of the United States by William Miller
    16. America Goes to War by Bruce Catton
    17. Off the Record with F.D.R., 1942-1945 by William D. Hassett
    18. The Supreme Court as Final Arbiter in Federal-State Relations, 1789-1957 by John R. Schmidhauser
    The American Scholar, Spring 1959, pp. 238-263