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Heaton, J.M. (1989). The Origins of Love and Hate, by Ian Suttie, foreword by John Bowlby, introduction by Dorothy Heard, Free Association Books, 1988, xlviii + 275 pages, pb £9.95. Free Associations, 1W(18):128-133.

(1989). Free Associations, 1W(18):128-133

The Origins of Love and Hate, by Ian Suttie, foreword by John Bowlby, introduction by Dorothy Heard, Free Association Books, 1988, xlviii + 275 pages, pb £9.95

Review by:
John M. Heaton

This book was first published in 1935, a few days after its author's death. An American edition was brought out in 1952, and it was then republished by Pelican in 1961. Over the years it has acquired a fairly classical status as a pioneering critique of psychoanalysis. The book contains, in a smouldering way, many remarkably modern notions on the nature of psychotherapy. I propose to tease some of these out.

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