Munchhausen's Pigtail or Psychotherapy & "Reality", Essays and Lectures

By: Watzlawick, Paul

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New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1990. 288pp., last 2 blank, preface by author, references, name index, subject index, acknowledgements. 1/4 red cloth spine with gilt writing and 3/4 grey marble boards. Very slight discoloration to the top paper edge. Illustrated dust wrapper, showing Baron Von Munchhausen saving himself and his horse, with maroon coloured background and pale tan and black writing on the front panel and spine. A small mark to the top left-hand corner of the back panel. Through essays and lectures the author shows us how we can change our perspective of reality to suit our needs rather than adhering to a fixed view, and thus avoid the consequences of self-imposed limitations. . First Edition. 1/4 Cloth and Boards. Very Good/Very Good. Octavo - up to 9 ¾" Tall. Psychology.

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