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Jones, K. (1959). Alfred Adler, Apostle of Freedom: By Phyllis Bottome. (London: Faber, 1957. Pp. 300. 25 s.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 40:66-67.

(1959). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 40:66-67

Alfred Adler, Apostle of Freedom: By Phyllis Bottome. (London: Faber, 1957. Pp. 300. 25 s.)

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Katherine Jones

It is notoriously difficult to write a good biography, and in the field of psychology those that can claim the stamp of excellence can be counted—to quote a famous slip—on one finger. Mrs. Bottome's book on Alfred Adler does not come into the category. It is indeed less a biography than a paean of praise, and to find out the plain facts of Adler's life—surely the first requirement

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