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Record Type: Review ID: 1330
The Story of Ruth
|This, in one sense, is a case history of a psychiatric patient told by the psychiatrist. But as Schatzman points out in the Introduction, it is more. It is concerned with such questions as "What are apparitions? Are they real? Can one trust the evidence of one's senses?" (pp. 9-10). The patient, Ruth, was haunted by the apparition of her father, who was living. Sometimes the apparition could be seen by others. Schatzman examines the apparition's role as well as its reality.|
|Publisher Information:||New York: Putnam's, 1980. 306p. 6 figures; 9 illustrations; Notes: 293: 293-306; 5 tables|
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