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No Voice is Ever Wholly Lost
Louise J. Kaplan. Takes the experiences of separation & loss beyond the conventional stages of mourning to illuminate the psychological forces that sustain the dialogue between parents & children -- even after death. Uses insights gleaned from the author’s own experience as a psychoanalyst, as well as from cases of lost parents & children in art, literature, & recent history, to illustrate the ways in which this human dialogue “is the heartbeat of our existence.” When this dialogue is silenced by death or separation, we are compelled to invent life scenarios to reconnect with the lost one. Filled with moving, true-life experiences of parents & children.
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