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Serota, H.M. (1964). Psychoanalytic Clinical Interpretation: Edited by Louis Paul. (New York: Free Press of Glencoe, 1963. Pp. 276. $5.75.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 45:607-608.

(1964). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 45:607-608

Psychoanalytic Clinical Interpretation: Edited by Louis Paul. (New York: Free Press of Glencoe, 1963. Pp. 276. $5.75.)

Review by:
Herman M. Serota

We may be grateful to the editor for having compiled this anthology of essays on clinical interpretation, many of which are printed in sources 'difficult of access'. Included in the thirteen papers are such classics as James Strachey's 'Nature of Therapeutic Action' (1934), Otto Fenichel's 'Theory of Psycho-analytic Technique' (1935), and Freud's 'Constructions in Analysis' (1937). However, Glover's 'Therapeutic Effect of Inexact Interpretation' (1931), often perused in literature seminars by training candidates, has been omitted. Since Glover stated that such interpretations had the effect of suggestion, it would have been well to have Freud's paper beside it stating 'I can assert without boasting that such an abuse of "suggestion" has never occurred in my practice.'

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