Books by Louise J. Kaplan

NO VOICE IS EVER WHOLLY LOST by Louise J. Kaplan
NON-FICTION
Released: April 1, 1995

"Occasionally bogged down in overanalysis, but generally a probing, sensitive, and finely crafted work that deserves a wide readership among clinicians and laypeople."
A wide-ranging, profound study of how the primal human dialogue between parent and child continues after the death of one partner through various adaptive strategies by the survivor. Read full book review >

A sprawling, provocative mapping of female perversions by psychologist Kaplan (The Family Romance of the Impostor-Poet Thomas Chatterton, 1987, etc.). Read full book review >