Books by William S. Pollack

REAL BOYS’ VOICES by William S. Pollack
Released: June 8, 2000

"Somewhat redundant, Pollack offers many useful psychoanalytical insights worth repeating."
How to hear volumes in the silence of boys. Read full book review >
Released: July 9, 1993

"A solid, convincing, and important contribution to the literature on masculinity, backed by case studies and distinguished by subtle analyses of Greek myths and of such moderns as Freud, Jung, Bly, and various feminist commentators."
Men and women are essentially different—historically, biologically, culturally, psychologically—according to Harvard Medical School psychiatrists Betcher (coauthor, The Seven Basic Quarrels of Marriage, 1991, etc.) and Pollack. Read full book review >