THE CLIFF'S EDGE by Eithne Tabor

THE CLIFF'S EDGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As poetry, these poems are of questionable value. As clinical material, they reflect the reactions of the author to experiences and impressions during periods of mental disturbance. Miss Tabor wrote most of the poems while she was in a mental institution, as a achizophrenic of eighteen, and to doctors, psychiatrists and analysts, they may hold deeper significance than to the average reader.

Pub Date: Oct. 12th, 1950
Publisher: Sheed & Ward