Guiding Human Misfits; A Practical Application of Individual Psychology

By: Adler, Alexandra

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Guiding Human Misfits;  A Practical Application of Individual Psychology by Adler, Alexandra
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London: Faber and Faber, 1939. 128pp., introduction by Merrill Moore, acknowledgements and index. Black coloured boards with gilt writing on the spine. Bumping to the head and to the heel of the spine and the shelfwear to the lower book edges. Bumping to the top book edges and browning to the paper edges. Foxing and browning to the endpapers and to the internal pages as well. Original bookseller's sticker to the lower right hand corner of the front paste down. Previous owner has underlined both the internal text and dustwrapper text in pencil. Plain text dustwrapper with buff coloured background with red and grey insert on front panel and green and black writing on the front panel and black on the spine. The dustwrapper is rubbed faded and a lot grubby. Rubbing to the dustwrapper corners and there is a black ink stain to the lower lefthand corner of the rear dustwrapper panel. Clipping of the dustwrapper, front fold over, lower right hand corner. The author, the daughter of Alfred Adler, puts into layman's terms her own psychological ideas... "that man is the master of his own destiny. The patient is his own physician; and his cure or his release from neurosis depends less upon any half-mechanical method of resolving buried troubles, than upon his own intelligent acceptance of the truth.".. First British Edition. Black Cloth. Average/Ordinary -- Price Clipped. Octavo - up to 9 ¾" Tall. Psychology.

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