This is tight prose at its best.
As such, it is an important work that is engaging, entertaining and comprehensive, if not a testimony to the idea that narcissism is the collective malady of our time.
In his 1990 afterword to The Culture of Narcissism, Christopher Lasch explains his purposes in his original book.
It's mostly true. It's become a culture of narcissism, but I'm not sure if the book points it all out correctly, but has lots of stuff worth reading. Cool!Published 4 days ago by RealGreen
Coached RED Division H.S. football 9 years in Chicago proper. Read this and became a MONK!Published 4 days ago by R. C. Balogh
Remarkable insights into the problems facing America for the last 40 years.Published 1 month ago by Richard Jackson
This is a definitive read on 20th century life in America. I highly recommend it. Lasch is neither really for or against a political party or interpretation of the country's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan Poole
Excellent exposition of today's problem and an exact indicator of what the society may become if we do not change!Published 1 month ago by Andrew Mwangi
Christopher Lasch, in his book The Culture of Narcissism, takes a look into what Lasch considers to be a "culture of diminishing expectations. Read more