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Where's "Lacan: A Very Short Introduction"?

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Initial post: Feb 1, 2008 8:19:16 AM PST
Bookgirl says:
I searched for a "Lacan" text in this series and couldn't find one. Does one exist? If not, why not? Most of my grad courses draw on Lacan, not Freud.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 10, 2011 6:20:19 AM PDT
S. Cooper says:
I don't think there is one but I see there is a "Lacan for Beginners" available, I am going to try that. The volume on structuralism was reasonably good, so hopefully Lacan's will be too.
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Freud (Past Masters) by Anthony Storr (Hardcover - April 27, 1989)
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