Men As Friends: From Cicero to Svevo to Cataldo

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Product Details

Price
$18.95
Publisher
Koehler Books
Publish Date
Pages
210
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.48 inches | 0.69 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781646639915

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About the Author

Irwin Epstein, PhD, is a professor emeritus of the City University of New York and has enjoyed an award-winning international career as a health and mental health educator and researcher on topics ranging from neonatal abnormality in the UK to "good death" in Hong Kong. Irwin became a Fulbright senior scholar at the University of Wales (Cardiff) at thirty and has authored several research texts and innumerable journal articles too boring to describe. A onetime single father who raised two writers, he has been married to a courageous cancer-battler for thirty years.

Reviews

". . . a lovely and loving read-mellow, perceptive, poetic, and sometimes as funny as stand-up comedy."

-Allen Frances, MD, author of Saving Normal


"Love knows no borders; neither does the author's poetic sociological imagination. Read this book and be inspired."

-Benjamin Shepard, PhD, social activist, author of Rebel Friendships



"A raconteur of true grace and intelligence. A delightful read for any man or woman."

-Cynthia Hayes, author of The Big Ordeal: Coping with Cancer Emotions



". . . the unraveling of an autobiographical mystery and ultimately the mastery of [an] extraordinary life."

-Joseph Boskin, PhD, author of Rebellious Laughter