Toronto : Inner City Books, c1991.
143 p.; 22 cm
Scholarly yet lyrical, and informed by both Jungian and Freudian theory, this worthy sequel to the author's Phallos (title 27) maps the insecurities and unconscious forces which from early life prompt men to violence, and proposes powerful countermeasures.
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