Sunday, 19 February 2017

Three Men - Jean Evans

Three Men 
at odds with themselves and society
a delinquent/a necrophile/a homosexual


EVERGREEN BLACK CAT BOOKS BC-40
SECOND PRINTING NO DATE
NEW YORK, USA

JOHNNY ROCCO-
Tough-on the outside-but plagued by his sense of sin and guilt.

WILLIAM MILLER-
Blind and lonely, obsessed with death and nature.

MARTIN BEARDSON-
Articulate homosexual, wrapped in a cocoon of weird ritual.

These brilliant personality portraits have been hailed as a new kind of psychological reporting-"biographies of emotion." Novelists and psychiatrists, critics and teachers have joined in a unanimous chorus of praise for their insight, vividness, sympathy, excellence of style.

"I found Miss Evans' book completely fascinating, and I can only admire how alive and vivid she succeeded in making the three men." Norman Mailer

"Miss Evans' book is invaluable for the teacher and student of psychology.
...(She)writes beautifully."
Erich Fromm

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