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Rycroft on Analysis Creativity
     

Rycroft on Analysis Creativity

by Charles Rycroft
 
Rycroft on Analysis and Creativity contains challenging essays on Freud, his fellows and critics, and on the contribution of modern figures such as Bruna Bettelheim, Thomas Szasz, and Eric Berne.

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Rycroft on Analysis and Creativity contains challenging essays on Freud, his fellows and critics, and on the contribution of modern figures such as Bruna Bettelheim, Thomas Szasz, and Eric Berne.

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A collection of 19 essays by the orthodox British psychoanalyst who left the establishment in the late 1950s to write for the public. Published 1966-90, the essays, reviews, and lectures are presented in sections on analysis; Freud, fellows, and critics; and the creative self. Includes a complete bibliography of Rycroft. Paper edition (unseen), $16.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9780814774274
Publisher:
New York University Press
Publication date:
05/28/1992
Pages:
192

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Charles Rycroft is a fellow of the royal College of Psychiatrists. He trained as a psychoanalyst at University College, London, worked at the Maudsley Hospital and has practiced as an analyst and therapist since 1947.

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