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Anthony Storr (18 May 1920 – 17 March 2001) was an English psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and author.

Background and educationEdit

OxfordEdit

In 1974, Storr moved from private practice to a teaching appointment at the Warneford Hospital in Oxford, until his retirement in 1984.[2]

PersonalEdit

Storr was, as one of his obituarists observed, "no stranger to suffering".[2] He married twice, to Catherine Cole (who became a children's writer under her married name) in 1942 and writer Catherine Peters in 1970 after the first marriage ended in divorce.[3]

PublicationsEdit

  • The Integrity of the Personality (1961) ISBN 978-0-345-37585-8
  • Human Aggression (1968)
  • Sexual Deviation (1970) ISBN 978-0-14-020649-4
  • Jung (1973) ISBN 0-00-633166-1
  • The Essential Jung (1983) ISBN 0-691-08615-X
  • The School of Genius (1988) ISBN 90-254-6789-X
  • Solitude: A Return to the Self (1988) ISBN 0-00-654349-9 — paperback retitling of The School of Genius
  • Freud: A Very Short Introduction (1989) ISBN 0-19-285455-0
  • Art of Psychotherapy (1990) ISBN 0-415-90302-5
  • Churchill's Black Dog, Kafka's Mice, and Other Phenomena of the Human Mind (1990) ISBN 0-00-637566-9
  • Music and the Mind (1993) ISBN 0-00-215398-X
  • The Dynamics of Creation (1993) ISBN 0-345-37673-0
  • Feet of Clay; Saints, Sinners, and Madmen: A Study of Gurus (1996) ISBN 0-684-82818-9
  • The Essential Jung: Selected Writings (1999) ISBN 0-00-653065-6

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gelder, Michael. "Obituaries: Anthony Storr." The Independent (London, England). 2001. Retrieved August 13, 2012 from HighBeam Research: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-5138463.html[permanent dead link] (Subscription required)
  2. ^ a b c Stevens, Anthony. "Obituary: Anthony Storr", The Guardian, 20 March 2001.
  3. ^ Anon. "Obituary: Anthony Storr", The Telegraph, 21 March 2001.

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