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The editors of The Winnicott Trust have assembled into one volume ninety-two works by the brilliant writer, theoretician, and clinician. This fascinating volume includes, among many important topics, critiques of Melanie Klein's ideas and insights into the work of other psychoanalysts, as well as gems of thought on such concepts as play in the analytic situation, the fate of the transitional object, regression in psychoanalysis, and the use of silence in psychotherapy.
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Editorial Reviews

American Journal of Psychotherapy

This is a special book.
— C. V. Haldipur, M.D.

Science Books & Films

Winnicott provides the reader with an exceptionally rich source of thoughts and ideas to 'play' with in ways similar to the children and adolescents he so thoughtfully studied. The inclusion of many here to fore unpublished papers provides the reader with a rare opportunity to eavesdrop on Winnicott as he works his way through patient interviews and reflects on the work of his contemporaries...This volume is a pleasure, both for its content and its insight into the psychoanalytic process. Winnicott's ability to eloquently communicate his thoughts and analyses makes it easy to understand his prominence in the post-World War II psychoanalytic arena.
— William R. Jankel

Psychoanalytic Books

As well as being informative, [this book] is a delight to read. Its value comes from the light it throws on Winnicott as a person and on the evolution of his ideas. In an initial 'Reflection,' Winnicott's wife, Clare, attempts 'to throw some light on D.W.W.'s capacity for playing' (p. 3). In so doing, she tells us a great deal about the man himself and his formative years...It is the playful quality of his writing style that makes it such a pleasure to read...All the important Winnicottian themes are represented in this book: honesty and deceiving, the uses of silence, psychosomatic disorders, the transitional object, fear of breakdown, orgastic pleasure, play in the analytic situation, regression, male and female elements of the self, envy, and, of course, the mother and the baby...Winnicott's technique emerges here with great clarity. As always, he moves back and forth between theory and clinical illustration with beautiful fluidity...All of the essays are fascinating. They are Winnicott in his shirtsleeves, and together they provide a unique supplement to our knowledge about a man who was a major contributor to psychoanalysis.
— Sydney E. Pulver, M.D.

American Journal of Psychotherapy - C. V. Haldipur
This is a special book.
F. Robert Rodman
Donald W. Winnicott was one of the leading figures in psychoanalysis in the generation after Freud...The implications of Winnicott's work are vast, both for human development and for the treatment of patients of any age...His contributions make a storehouse of ideas for those who are pressing beyond more classically psychoanalytic formulations, and he is a link between psychoanalysis and adjacent fields of thought.
Science Books & Films - William R. Jankel
Winnicott provides the reader with an exceptionally rich source of thoughts and ideas to 'play' with in ways similar to the children and adolescents he so thoughtfully studied. The inclusion of many here to fore unpublished papers provides the reader with a rare opportunity to eavesdrop on Winnicott as he works his way through patient interviews and reflects on the work of his contemporaries...This volume is a pleasure, both for its content and its insight into the psychoanalytic process. Winnicott's ability to eloquently communicate his thoughts and analyses makes it easy to understand his prominence in the post-World War II psychoanalytic arena.
Psychoanalytic Books - Sydney E. Pulver
As well as being informative, [this book] is a delight to read. Its value comes from the light it throws on Winnicott as a person and on the evolution of his ideas. In an initial 'Reflection,' Winnicott's wife, Clare, attempts 'to throw some light on D.W.W.'s capacity for playing' (p. 3). In so doing, she tells us a great deal about the man himself and his formative years...It is the playful quality of his writing style that makes it such a pleasure to read...All the important Winnicottian themes are represented in this book: honesty and deceiving, the uses of silence, psychosomatic disorders, the transitional object, fear of breakdown, orgastic pleasure, play in the analytic situation, regression, male and female elements of the self, envy, and, of course, the mother and the baby...Winnicott's technique emerges here with great clarity. As always, he moves back and forth between theory and clinical illustration with beautiful fluidity...All of the essays are fascinating. They are Winnicott in his shirtsleeves, and together they provide a unique supplement to our knowledge about a man who was a major contributor to psychoanalysis.
Science Books & Films
Winnicott provides the reader with an exceptionally rich source of thoughts and ideas to 'play' with in ways similar to the children and adolescents he so thoughtfully studied. The inclusion of many here to fore unpublished papers provides the reader with a rare opportunity to eavesdrop on Winnicott as he works his way through patient interviews and reflects on the work of his contemporaries...This volume is a pleasure, both for its content and its insight into the psychoanalytic process. Winnicott's ability to eloquently communicate his thoughts and analyses makes it easy to understand his prominence in the post-World War II psychoanalytic arena.
— William R. Jankel
Psychoanalytic Books
As well as being informative, [this book] is a delight to read. Its value comes from the light it throws on Winnicott as a person and on the evolution of his ideas. In an initial 'Reflection,' Winnicott's wife, Clare, attempts 'to throw some light on D.W.W.'s capacity for playing' (p. 3). In so doing, she tells us a great deal about the man himself and his formative years...It is the playful quality of his writing style that makes it such a pleasure to read...All the important Winnicottian themes are represented in this book: honesty and deceiving, the uses of silence, psychosomatic disorders, the transitional object, fear of breakdown, orgastic pleasure, play in the analytic situation, regression, male and female elements of the self, envy, and, of course, the mother and the baby...Winnicott's technique emerges here with great clarity. As always, he moves back and forth between theory and clinical illustration with beautiful fluidity...All of the essays are fascinating. They are Winnicott in his shirtsleeves, and together they provide a unique supplement to our knowledge about a man who was a major contributor to psychoanalysis.
— Sydney E. Pulver, M.D.
American Journal of Psychotherapy
This is a special book.
— C. V. Haldipur, M.D.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780674720916
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press
  • Publication date: 3/6/2006
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 620
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface D.W.W.: A Reflection by Clare Winnicott

PART 1: PSYCHO-ANALYSIS:THEORY AND PRACTICE

1. Early Disillusion 1939

2. Knowing and Not Knowing:A Clinical Example Undated

3. A Point in Technique Undated

4. Play in the Analytic Situation 1954

5. Fragments Concerning Varieties of Clinical Confusion 1956

6. Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis 1957

7. Hallucination and Dehallucination 1957

8. Ideas and Definitions 1950s

9. Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy 1958

10. Nothing at the Centre 1959

11. The Fate of the Transitional Object 1959

12. Notes on Play Undated

13. Psycho-Neurosis in Childhood 1961

14. Further Remarks on the Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship 1961

15. A Note on a Case Involving Envy 1963

16. Perversions and Pregenital Fantasy 1963

17. Two Notes on the Use of Silence 1963

18. Fear of Breakdown 1963?

19. The Importance of the Setting in Meeting Regression in Psycho-Analysis 1964

20. Psycho-Somatic Disorder

i. Psycho-Somatic Illness in its Positive and Negative Aspects 1964

ii. Additional Note on Psycho-Somatic Disorder 1967

21. The Psychology of Madness: A Contribution from Psycho-Analysis 1965

22. The Concept of Trauma in Relation to the Development of the Individual within the Family 1965

23. Notes on Withdrawal and Regression 1965

24. New Light on Children's Thinking 1965

25. Comment on Obsessional Neurosis and "Frankie" 1965

26. A Note on the Mother-Foetus Relationship 1960s

27. Absence and Presence of a Sense of Guilt Illustrated in Two Patients 1966

28. On the Split-off Male and Female Elements

i. The Split-off Male and Female Elements to Be Found in Men and Women 1966

ii. Clinical Material 1959-1963

iii. Answer to Comments 1968-1969

29. The Concept of Clinical Regression Compared with That of Defence Organisation 1967

30. Addendum to "The Location of Cultural Experience" 1967

31. Playing and Culture 1968

32. Interpretation in Psycho-analysis 1968

33. Thinking and Symbol-Formation 1968

34. On "The Use of an Object"

i. The Use of an Object and Relating through Indentifications 1968

ii. D.W.W's Dream Related to Reviewing Jung 1963

iii. Notes Made on the Train 1965

iv. The Use of the Word "Use" 1968

v. Clinical Illustration of "The Use of an Object" 1968

vi. Comments on My Paper "The Use of an Object" 1968

vii. The Use of an Object in the Context of Moses and Monotheism 1969

35. Development of the Theme of the Mother's Unconscious as Discovered in Psycho-Analytic Practice 1969

36. The Mother-Infant Experience of Mutuality 1969

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