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Susan Isaacs’ work was groundbreaking in the professional fields of education, psychoanalysis and psychology. She also had a strong influence on the way middle-class mothers brought up their young children in the pre-Spock era of the nineteen thirties in Britain by acting as an “agony aunt”: answering readers’ questions in the Nursery World.
This new biography of her is enriched by having access to the paperwork of the British psycho-analytic establishment; thus enabling a greater description of significant part she played in the development of the field.
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Table of Contents
A Selection from the Contents: Damaged Roots; Our Star Student; An Academic Marriage; The Rise and Fall Of The Malting House School; Settled On The Couch; Teaching The Teachers; Psychoanalysis in the 1930s: Building Up To War; Battling For The Minds Of Children; Legacies.