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Glover, E. (1963). Ego and Body Ego: Contributions to their Psychoanalytic Psychology. Robert Fliess. Psychoanalytic Series, Vol. II. (New York: Schulte, 1961. Pp. xv + 390. $9.00.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 44:238-245.

(1963). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 44:238-245

Ego and Body Ego: Contributions to their Psychoanalytic Psychology. Robert Fliess. Psychoanalytic Series, Vol. II. (New York: Schulte, 1961. Pp. xv + 390. $9.00.)

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Edward Glover

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In his foreword to this second volume of a projected trilogy of monographs on psycho-analytic research, Fliess, anticipating possible criticism, concedes that the title he has chosen 'is likely to arouse expectations it cannot fulfil'. Feeling perhaps a shade penitent, he goes on to shrive himself with the reflection that it is 'impossible to furnish a systematic description of either ego or body-ego: our knowledge is insufficient'.

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