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  • By Rev. John D. White on March 30, 2015

    This is a good overview and explanatory treatise on the various views of Psychoanalytic psychology as propounded by the main teachers beginning with Sigmund Freud. Not easy reading, but quite informative. Balanced in criticisms, even-handed in explication and not terribly wordy--Guntrip has written a helpful book.

  • By Alma L. Carrasco-Hartle on April 9, 2015

    The book was old and tattered. Many pages were loose. I am extremely disappointed with the quality, not content, of this book.

  • By Roger Brooke on July 13, 2000

    This is a classic introduction to the movement known as object relations theory in psychoanalysis, as it developed in Britian after the second world war. With the growing interest in the works of Ronald Fairbairn, Melanie Klein, Donald Winnicott, and others, this book stands not only as an excellent introduction by someone who knew the people involved - and was analysed by both Fairbairn and Winnicott. It is also a creative, and at times critical, synthesis that shows the power and compassion of Guntrip's mind, and why he too is recognised as one of the great analysts to have come out of Britain.


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