New York : Harper & Row, 1975, c1970.
xviii, 314 p.; 21 cm
"On the basis of a rich psychotherapeutic experience, Dr. Harding has drawn up a picture of the feminine psych which, in extent and thoroughness, far surpasses previous works in this field." C G.Jung in his introduction to the book.
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