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To dream again : a memoir / Zerka T. Moreno ; edited by Edward Schreiber.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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Main Library RC438.6 .M66 A3 2012 37684001099259 Library Stacks Copy hold / Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780979434174
  • ISBN: 0979434173
  • Physical Description: 528 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Catskill, New York : Mental Health Resources, [2012]

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In psychological and psychotherapeutic circles, Jacob L. Moreno and Zerka T. Moreno were a pioneering dyad. From 1941 onwards Zerka became Jacob l. Moreno's wife and professinonal partner, until his death in 1974. This book portrays Zerka's personal development and experiences that molded her, which made her receptive to moreno's ideas, and helped her to communicatethese ideas clearly to a wider audience. Tracing her entirs journy, Zerka's life before she met Moreno occupies the first part of this book. The second part relates the highlights of this unusual partnership and her life after Moreno's death. The final portion of this book addresses Zerka's subsequent life and many of her worldwide journeys. Moreno was once heard to declare, "I had the ideas, Zerka was the tool." The focal point of this Memoir is not to describe who Zerka was to J.L. Moreno, but to share who Zerka is to the world.
Subject: Moreno, Zerka T. (Zerka Toeman)
Psychotherapists > United States > Biography.
In psychological and psychotherapeutic circles, Jacob L. Moreno and Zerka T. Moreno were a pioneering dyad. From 1941 onwards Zerka became Jacob l. Moreno's wife and professinonal partner, until his death in 1974. This book portrays Zerka's personal development and experiences that molded her, which made her receptive to moreno's ideas, and helped her to communicatethese ideas clearly to a wider audience. Tracing her entirs journy, Zerka's life before she met Moreno occupies the first part of this book. The second part relates the highlights of this unusual partnership and her life after Moreno's death. The final portion of this book addresses Zerka's subsequent life and many of her worldwide journeys. Moreno was once heard to declare, "I had the ideas, Zerka was the tool." The focal point of this Memoir is not to describe who Zerka was to J.L. Moreno, but to share who Zerka is to the world.

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