Alfred Adler

Standard Name: Adler, Alfred


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Cultural formation Phyllis Bottome
PB was the daughter of an Anglican minister. After a struggle between her High- and Low-Church training, PB was confirmed at her High Anglican or Episcopalian boarding school in New York. In her twenties...
Dedications Phyllis Bottome
It was published by John Lane in London and by Houghton Mifflin Company in Boston and New York. Although PB had been interested in mental illness since childhood, the novel developed more directly from...
Education Phyllis Bottome
PB continued her studies in Alfred Adler 's Individual Psychology under the direction of Dr Leonard Seif in Munich, where she witnessed Hitler 's seizure of power.
Bottome, Phyllis. The Goal. Faber and Faber.
162-5, 207
Friends, Associates Phyllis Bottome
PB and Forbes Dennis , driven by their interest in education, became students of Alfred Adler 's Individual Psychology; this led them to lifelong friendship with the psychologist.
Bottome, Phyllis. The Goal. Faber and Faber.
73, 136-40
Intertextuality and Influence Phyllis Bottome
PB published with Faber and Faber a biography of her mentor Alfred Adler , entitled Alfred Adler, Apostle of Freedom.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
1970 (4 November 1939): 638
Occupation Phyllis Bottome
Of her fellow-workers, Clarke was a British physician who directed the Friends' Mission , and Adler a social worker who was married to psychologist Alfred Adler .
Author summary Phyllis Bottome
PB was a prolific novelist who published over fifty works in approximately sixty years. Her two best-known works, Private Worlds and The Mortal Storm, were made into popular American films. In addition to novels,...
Textual Features Phyllis Bottome
In this book, set largely in an English village, PB rearticulates her concerns about the social situation of Jews in Europe and Britain.
Lassner, Phyllis. British Women Writiers of World War II: Battlegrounds of Their Own. St Martin’s Press.
The novel centres on an English couple who rescue a German-Jewish...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Phyllis Bottome
In one of the essays of this volume, PB discusses the issue of juggling motherhood with a career, and advocates the involvement of both fathers and the community in the child-rearing process.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Other essays...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Phyllis Bottome
She describes her travels throughout Europe, including Austria and Germany, her meeting with Alfred Adler in Vienna, her intense developing interest in psychology, and her studying with Dr Leonard Seif in Munich.


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