Introduction to the Work of Melanie Klein

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Karnac Books, 1973 - Psychology - 144 pages
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A lucid and comprehensive introduction to Kleinian theories from
one of the leading contemporary Kleinian analysts, including chapters on her early work and on technique. Also includes a complete
chronological list of Klein's publications.
  

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Contents

The ParanoidSchizoid Position
24
Envy
39
The Psychopathology of the ParanoidSchizoid
54
The Depressive Position
67
Manic Defences
82
Reparation
92
The Early Stages of the Oedipus Complex
103
Postscript on Technique
117
Glossary
125
Some Significant Discussions of Melanie Kleins Work
133
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About the author (1973)

Hanna Segal was born in Poland in August 1918 and studied medicine in Warsaw and Paris before qualifying at the Polish Medical School in Edinburgh in 1943. She became a psychoanalyst four years later, having trained under Melanie Klein, with Paula Heimann and Joan Riviere as her first supervisors. Dr Segal then qualified in child analysis and afterwards became a training analyst in the British Psychoanalytical Society in 1951-52. She also served as President of the British Society and Vice-President of the International Psychoanalytical Association. She was a fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatry, and was also Visiting Professor of the Freud Memorial Chair, University College, London. Her publications include 'Klein' (1979), 'The Work of Hanna Segal' (1981), 'Introduction to the Work of Melanie Klein' (1988) and 'Dream, Phantasy and Art' (1990).

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