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Symington, N. (1991). In the Beginning Was Love, by Julia Kristeva, New York: Columbia University Press 1987, xiii + 63 pages, hb £12.95. Free Associations, 2(3):462-466.
    

(1991). Free Associations, 2(3):462-466

In the Beginning Was Love, by Julia Kristeva, New York: Columbia University Press 1987, xiii + 63 pages, hb £12.95

Review by:
Neville Symington

This book with a foreword by Otto Kernberg boasts sixty-three pages of text but, on closer examination, six of these are entirely blank and another six are three-quarters blank which leaves us with fifty-three pages of text. With an average of about 265 words on a page this gives us a total of about 14,000 words at a cost of US $20.50 (or £12.95 in Great Britain).

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