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Power, K. (1992). S.H. Foulkes: Selected Papers edited by Elizabeth Foulkes. Published by Karnac Books, London, 1990; 327 pages; £15.95 paperback. The Practice of Group Analysis edited by Jeff Roberts and Malcolm Pines. Published by Tavistock/Routledge, London, 1991; 204 pages; £10.99.. Brit. J. Psychother., 8(4):453-455.

(1992). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 8(4):453-455

S.H. Foulkes: Selected Papers edited by Elizabeth Foulkes. Published by Karnac Books, London, 1990; 327 pages; £15.95 paperback. The Practice of Group Analysis edited by Jeff Roberts and Malcolm Pines. Published by Tavistock/Routledge, London, 1991; 204 pages; £10.99.

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Kevin Power

Two books on group-analysis. The first is a selection of 28 of Foulkes' papers edited by his wife, Elizabeth, including 11 which demonstrate his contribution to psychoanalytic thought before and during the development of group-analysis. Even in these early papers his interest in group matters emerges clearly: in the paper on Kurt Goldstein's holistic approach to biology and its social base, and in his review of one of Fairbairn's papers, emphasising whole object relating in groups rather than viewing persons as parts which do not necessarily add up to a whole person. Also, Foulkes' membership paper to the British Psycho-Analytical Society, ‘On Introjection’, is an important overview by an outsider of the theoretical struggles within British psychoanalysis in the 1930s, as well as a plea for all analysts to call the same phenomena by the same names.

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