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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Morris Philipson  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born: June 23, 1926 in New Haven, CT

Died: 2011 Chicago, Illinois


-- Morris Philipson on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=morris+philipson


Illinois Connection

Philipson attended the University of Chicago and is a former teaching fellow at the University of Chicago. He lived in Chicago until the time of his death.

Biographical and Professional Information

Morris Philipson is a philosopher and author of books, articles and short stories. He was educated at the University of Chicago, the University of Paris, and the University of Munich. He is a former teaching fellow at the University of Chicago and retired as the Director of the University of Chicago Press after 32 years - 1967 to 2000. He continued writing in retirement in addition to traveling and working as a consultant.


Published Works

  • Outline of a Jungian Aesthetics, Northwestern University Press, 1963
  • Bourgeois Anonymous, Deutsch, 1964
  • The Count Who Wished He Were a Peasant, Pantheon, 1967
  • Everything Changes, Pantheon, 1972
  • The Wallpaper, Fox, Scribner, 1976
  • A Man in Charge, Simon and Schuster, 1979
  • Secret Understandings, Simon and Schuster, 1983
  • Somebody Else`s Life, A Novel, Harper and Row, 1987


Selected Titles At Your Library

Outline of a Jungian aesthetics /
ISBN: 0938434888. OCLC Number:

Sigo Press,. Boston :. 1993.

Bourgeois anonymous /
ISBN: 0805207546. OCLC Number:

Schocken Books,. New York :. 1983.

Everything changes,
ISBN: 0394823966. OCLC Number:

Pantheon Books,. [New York]. 1972.

Rhymes and pictures record the continual change in things around us.

The wallpaper fox :
ISBN: 0226667480. OCLC Number:

University of Chicago Press,. Chicago :. 2000.

A man in charge :
ISBN: 0226667510. OCLC Number:

University of Chicago Press,. Chicago :. 2000.

Conrad Taylor, the executive vice-president of an eastern u iversity, struggles with a crisis.

Somebody else's life :
ISBN: 0226667502. OCLC Number:

University of Chicago Press,. Chicago :. 2000.

Cooper and his accomplice deceive a string of women.

Secret understandings :
ISBN: 0226667529. OCLC Number:

University of Chicago Press,. Chicago :. 2000.

"Portrait of Shelagh Jackman, a book illustrator who learns to cultivate the loving and complex relationships in her life while struggling to be true to her own best self, even when calamity puts her to the ultimate test."--Page 4 of cover.


Awards

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