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Re: The Introduction (In Session) Dinah

Posted by pegasus on May 18, 2005, at 22:23:55

In reply to Re: The Introduction (In Session), posted by Dinah on May 18, 2005, at 19:53:03

Hmmm, well it was pretty readable. Not as good as his other novels, which weren't great literature to begin with. As usual, the most interesting aspect was the glimpse of the world from a therapist's point of view. Every other chapter is about Schopenhauer's life, which is moderately interesting. But when I started a new chapter, I was always glad when it turned out to be about the therapy group. The juxtaposition of the two wasn't done in the most skillful way. But I love everything by Yalom, just because he's so . . . into therapy.

Have fun reading it.





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