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Harris, A. Suchet, M. (2002). Relationality: From Attachment to Intersubjectivity. Stephen A. Mitchell. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 2000. xvii & 173 pp. $39.95.. Am. Imago, 59(1):102-111.

(2002). American Imago, 59(1):102-111

Relationality: From Attachment to Intersubjectivity. Stephen A. Mitchell. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 2000. xvii & 173 pp. $39.95.

Review by:
Adrienne Harris

Melanie Suchet

This review, written by two relational analysts closely involved in the theoretical and institutional developments formed around the work of Stephen Mitchell, is, perhaps inevitably, an occasion both for memorial and for assessment. This is the last book written for colleagues and students in which Mitchell develops and broadens his theoretical work begun in 1983 in Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory, coauthored with Jay Greenberg. Mitchell's very prolific career of writing and teaching was anchored by the series of books that followed: Relational Concepts in Psychoanalysis (1988), Hope and Dread in Psychoanalysis (1993), and Influence and Autonomy in Psychoanalysis (1997). His almost two decades of innovative and muscularly critical work has had a powerful effect within the psychoanalytic world both nationally and internationally.

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