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5.0 out of 5 stars A deepening book, 11 Feb 2013
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If youve read her other wonderful works, this will only add to a deepening of ones knowledge of childhood trauma and its lifelong presence. Presents a valid explanation for the background to the work of creative giants such as Picasso and Nietzche; how the environment of specific childhood events and relationships has formed their unconscious attitudes and how they are expressed in their work. Her usual compassionate perspective and easy to understand writing style.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Alice Through the looking glass, 4 July 1999
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I think it is time that ALice Miller recieve the credit due her for her enormous efforts in uncovering coded childhood trauma. Her tireless work has had an transformative and empowering impact on my life and the way I view my childhood and children. In this book Alice uncovers what some people want to view as a "masterpieces" of "ART". "What is really going on here?"she asks. "Look deeper..what is this artist trying to communicate". At times Alice observes and brings to light that the artist is screaming. THis book is SO important!
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