Cleft Tongue: The Language of Psychic Structures
I willingly accepted the challenge of reviewing Cleft Tongue: The Language of Psychic Structures for Language & Psychoanalysis. The book was written by Dr. Dana Amir, a psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist, poet, literary scholar and lecturer at the University of Haifa (Israel).
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