This well-researched biography tells the real-life story of Hermann Rorschach.
Born in 1884 - Rorschach was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who is best known for developing the "Rorschach Test" which was a stylized variation of a medium of art known as "Klecksography".
This test (of carefully designed inkblots) was reportedly intended to reflect the unconscious elements of one's inner personality. These inkblots were shown (one at a time) to a patient who was then asked to report what these images represented to them.
In 1922 - Hermann Rorschach (37 at the time) died from a ruptured appendix.
This book also contains a 16-page photo gallery.
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