Children of Separation and Loss

Children of Separation and Loss

Gertrude Pollitt recounts the challenges of her adventurous life. After a privileged childhood in Vienna, she fled the Nazis, survived the London Blitz, helped war-traumatized children in Germany, and emigrated to Chicago where she worked as a clinical social worker, psychoanalyst, and Executive Director of the Center for Psychoanalytic Study.

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Publisher: Hamilton Books (May 04, 2014)

Parent ISBN: 9780761863410

Page count: 183 pages

Language: English


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