New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1968.
Paperback. 7 3/8" X 4 5/8". xiv, 322pp. Moderate wear to paper wraps, with creasing, edgewear, scattered rubbing, sunning, and soiling. Creases to spine. Binding remains sound. Pages are age-toned and have a very occasional pencilled or highlighted mark. A worn but solid copy of pioneer of the psychology of creativity Frank Barron's inquiry into the origins of human creativity, an exploration of "personal change and growth through psychotherapy, religious beliefs and philosophy of life as bases for action, the paradox of freedom and necessity, transcendental experience, personal and professional creativeness, the control of aggression, and psychedelic drugs" (rear cover). Good. Item #2578