Introducing Melanie Klein. A graphic guide. Robert Hinshelwood, Susan Robinson, Oscar Zarate.
Contributor(s): ROBINSON, Susan | Zarate, Oscar | Hinshelwood, R. D | Zarate, Oscar.Publisher: London, Icon, 2011Description: 1 v., ill., 17 cm.ISBN: 9781848312135 (pbk.) :; 184831213X (pbk.) :.Subject(s): KLEINIAN PSYCHOLOGY IAP KL | PSYCHOANALYSIS IAK | PICTORIAL, GRAPHIC 2HOther classification: 2H Online resources: Fulltext available via Ebscohost - Shibboleth login required
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Originally published: as Melanie Klein for beginners. 1997.
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Introducing Melanie Klein; Melanie's Childhood; Early Sorrows; Education and Marriage; A Destiny of Travel; Struggles with Libussa; The First World War; Analysis with Ferenczi; First Encounter with Child Analysis; The Little Hans Case; Early Contributions to Child Analysis; The Move to Berlin; The Pioneer, Hermine Hug-Hellmuth; Melanie's Work Begins; The Case of Ruth; Differences with Freud ... ; ... And Suspicions about Klein; The Bloomsbury Set; Acceptance in Britain; The Climate for Analysis in London; Origin of Klein's Object-relations; The Case of Peter.
Disputes BeginThe Problem of Transference; Totemic Fathers; Refining Freud's Theories; Tackling Psychotic Disorders: the Case of Dick; An Empty Space; Filling the Space with Symbols; The Case of John; The Depressive Position; Mourning and Melancholia; The Fate of the Lost Object; Loss and Creativity; Klein's Idea of Position; Understanding the Depressive Position; What Does Klein Mean by "Psychotic"?; So, What is the Depressive Position?; Taking Inside Oneself: Introjection; Timing the Super-Ego; Working From the Inner State; Internal Objects; A Case Example of Internal Objects.
Another Case Example: Unconscious PhantasyThe Combined Parent Figure; Externalizing the Internal; Reparation; The Good Object Inside: Richard's Response; Coming to Terms with Reality; The Pain of the Depressive Position; Persecutory Guilt; Projection and Introjection; Trouble in the Psycho-Analytical Society; A Three-Way Split; Klein's Interest in Psychotic Conditions; Part-Objects; The Bad Breast; Splitting the Ego; Projective Identification; Narcissism; Klein's View of Healthy Development; The Paranoid-Schizoid Position ... ; ... and the Death Instinct; Preconceptions.
The Fear of Death From WithinPersecutory Anxiety; A Projective Form of Identification; Transference; Counter-Transference; Bion's "Containing Function"; Repetition and the Death Instinct; Klein's Work on Envy; Defining Envy; Melanie Klein's Death; Melanie Klein's Continuing Lagacy; Klein and Group Therapy; Klein and Feminism; Klein and Lacan; Further Reading; Little Dictionary and Index; Acknowledgements.