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(1915). The Skeleton in the Closet By Clarence S. Darrow. Printed and published by Frederick C. Bursch at Hillacre Riverside, Connecticut, 1914, pp. 53.. Psychoanal. Rev., 2(2):235-236.

(1915). Psychoanalytic Review, 2(2):235-236

The Skeleton in the Closet By Clarence S. Darrow. Printed and published by Frederick C. Bursch at Hillacre Riverside, Connecticut, 1914, pp. 53.

A veritable literary gem in which the skeleton in the closet is accorded his just deserts. In the language of psychoanalysis the skeleton is a complex that is playing havoc with the peace of mind of its keeper. The admirable feature of the author's treatment of the skeleton, however, is that he appreciates the possibilities to the full of a constructive attitude towards it, and that when such an attitude is attained the skeleton, far from being a hideous thing that must be kept from sight, may easily become the most valuable member of the household.

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