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Racalbuto, A. (2001). Perché l'isteria? Attualità di una malattia ontologica [Why hysteria? The present-day relevance of an ontological illness]. F. Scalzone and G. Zontini, Foreword by A. Green. Naples: Liguori. 1999. Pp. 374.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 82(5):1044-1048.

(2001). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 82(5):1044-1048

Perché l'isteria? Attualità di una malattia ontologica [Why hysteria? The present-day relevance of an ontological illness]. F. Scalzone and G. Zontini, Foreword by A. Green. Naples: Liguori. 1999. Pp. 374.

Review by:
Agostino Racalbuto

Translated by:
Philip Slotkin

One must feel, to the depths of one's being, what an utter blessing is woman. (Nietzsche)

Hysteria, so long forgotten—not to say repressed—in psychoanalytic theory and clinical practice, has at last become a legitimate subject for reflection again. This is one of the merits of the collection of texts here translated into Italian and edited by Franco Scalzone and Gemma Zontini.

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