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Farhi, N. (1989). Winnicott and Paradox — from Birth to Creation by Anne Clancier and Jeannine Kalmanovitch, translated by Alan Sheridan, Tavistock, 1987, xvii + 174 pages, pb £8.95. Free Associations, 1W(18):138-142.

(1989). Free Associations, 1W(18):138-142

Winnicott and Paradox — from Birth to Creation by Anne Clancier and Jeannine Kalmanovitch, translated by Alan Sheridan, Tavistock, 1987, xvii + 174 pages, pb £8.95

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Nina Farhi

It is a curious experience to read this small but dense book, written originally in French, and then to contemplate that until very recently there has been nothing similar in the English language that Winnicott himself used so well. It is not that he is not recognized as an original thinker of immense stature who vitalized and enhanced the psychoanalytic field; nor that as a theoretician and a practitioner he did not exercise as powerful an influence as either Melanie Klein or Anna Freud.

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