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Roazen, P. (1985). Fury on Earth: A Biography of Wilhelm Reich. Myron Sharaf. New York: St Martin's Press/Marek, 1983, xiii + 550 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 72(4):668-671.

(1985). Psychoanalytic Review, 72(4):668-671

Fury on Earth: A Biography of Wilhelm Reich. Myron Sharaf. New York: St Martin's Press/Marek, 1983, xiii + 550 pp.

Review by:
Paul Roazen

Wilhelm Reich is one of the most popularly known of the many prophets to have emerged from within psychoanalysis. A steady stream of books about Reich in recent years has helped satisfy the public's legitimate curiosity about him. So far the best of them is Reich's son Peter's poetic memoirs, A Book

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