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Rrch, H.L. (1998). Clinical and Social Realities. By Donald M. Kaplan, M.D. Edited by Louise J. Kaplan, Ph.D. Northvale, NJ/London: Jason Aronson Inc., 1995. 497 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 67(2):316-318.

(1998). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 67(2):316-318

Clinical and Social Realities. By Donald M. Kaplan, M.D. Edited by Louise J. Kaplan, Ph.D. Northvale, NJ/London: Jason Aronson Inc., 1995. 497 pp.

Review by:
Harvey L. Rrch

What a great tragedy that we must read posthumously this wonderful set of papers by Donald Kaplan. From the forewords by Mark Grunes and Maynard Solomon through the entire collection of papers we are aware that we are in the presence of an exceptionally literate and broad thinker on psychoanalytic theory and practice.

Kaplan uses involvement in drama, literature, and the arts to broaden our grasp of the infantile contributions to such social issues as morality and its contribution to creative inhibition and gender perception.

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