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Ellman, P.L. (2014). Exploring Winnicott: Perspectives on His New Frontier. DIVISION/Rev., 11:17-21.

(2014). DIVISION/Review, 11:17-21

Exploring Winnicott: Perspectives on His New Frontier

Review by:
Paula L. Ellman

Reading Donald Winnicott Today, I felt like an explorer discovering new territories. I am swept up in the exhilaration of new possibilities. In each of the three sections of Abram's edited book, I steeped in the writings of Winnicott at varying stages of his development. With each contribution came the waves of repercussions, waves of the effects of a catalyst triggering more discoveries of explorers that followed—in the arts, in the sciences, in language, in imagery, in theory, in development, in space, in the boundary, in France, in England, in the United States, and in South America.

Each contributor to Donald Winnicott Today has a particular way of presenting and incorporating the concepts that Winnicott brought to psychoanalysis.

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