The Sexual Neuroses Of Our Parents

Author: Lukas Bärfuss
Publisher: Nick Hern Books
ISBN: 9781854595799
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The Sexual Neuroses Of Our Parents. The provocative story of a modern family consumed by fear and hope, by the Swiss-born Lukas Bärfuss, a rising star of contemporary German theatre. When Dora's parents release her from her tranquillisers, they're not prepared for her potent sexual awakening.

Theatre World 2008 2009

Author: Ben Hodges
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781423473695
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Theatre World 2008 2009. Scenes from the plays and portraits of leading actors accompany a statistical record of the current season

Cultural Impact In The German Context

Author: Rebecca Braun
Publisher: Camden House
ISBN: 1571134301
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Cultural Impact In The German Context. Examines, then employs the metaphor of cultural impact in an effort to understand how culture works in the German-speaking world.

The Paradox Of Love

Author: Pascal Bruckner
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691149143
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The Paradox Of Love. Drawing on history, politics, psychology and pop culture, the author traces the roots of sexual liberation to explain love's supreme paradox, and concludes that love's messiness, surprises and paradoxes are not merely the sources of its pain--but also of its pleasure.

The Neurotic Personality Of Our Time

Author: Karen Horney
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415210966
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The Neurotic Personality Of Our Time. First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Coming Of Age In Samoa

Author: Margaret Mead
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062566091
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Coming Of Age In Samoa. Rarely do science and literature come together in the same book. When they do -- as in Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species, for example -- they become classics, quoted and studied by scholars and the general public alike. Margaret Mead accomplished this remarkable feat not once but several times, beginning with Coming of Age in Samoa. It details her historic journey to American Samoa, taken where she was just twenty-three, where she did her first fieldwork. Here, for the first time, she presented to the public the idea that the individual experience of developmental stages could be shaped by cultural demands and expectations. Adolescence, she wrote, might be more or less stormy, and sexual development more or less problematic in different cultures. The "civilized" world, she taught us had much to learn from the "primitive." Now this groundbreaking, beautifully written work as been reissued for the centennial of her birth, featuring introductions by Mary Pipher and by Mead's daughter, Mary Catherine Bateson.