Female Sexuality: The Early Psychoanalytic Controversies
Russell Grigg, Dominique Hecq, Craig Edward Smith
Other Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Psychology - 304 pages
Assembled here for the first time are the papers that laid the groundwork for contemporary psychoanalytic womens studies and gender theory. Written between 1917 and 1935 by some of the most influential thinkers in this fieldMelanie Klein, Karl Abraham, Joan Riviere, Ernest Jones, and othersthese papers cover a range of topics, including mothering, passivity, hysteria, masochism, object choice, and the complex relationship between gender and biology. Russell Griggs accessible, scholarly introduction elucidates both their historical importance, as well as their continuing relevance to the topic of female sexuality.
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