Elisabeth Young-Bruehl  

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Elisabeth Young-Bruehl (born Elisabeth B. Young 3 March 1946 – 1 December 2011) was an American academic and psychotherapist, who lived from 2007 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[1] She published a wide range of books, most notably biographies of Hannah Arendt and Anna Freud. Her 1982 biography of Hannah Arendt won the first Harcourt Award while The Anatomy of Prejudices won the Association of American Publishers' prize for Best Book in Psychology in 1996. She was a member of the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society and co-founder of Caversham Productions, a company that makes psychoanalytic educational materials.

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