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Psychiatry: Humanities, Arts, History
TO THE EDITOR: In his commentary on Robert Pinsky, author Neil Scheurich makes the claim that "no psychiatrist has yet produced major literature (of the stature, say, of the works of general physicians Anton Chekhov or William Carlos Williams)" (1, p. 179).
Well, what about psychiatrist Arthur Schnitzler—consider his La Ronde, or his Traumnovelle? (The latter is the basis of, and of course much more successful than, the recent film Eyes Wide Shut.)
I have other favorites, but I rest my case with Schnitzler.
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