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Eckardt, M. (2007). Like Wind, Like Waves: Fables from the Land of the Repressed, By Stefano Bolognini, Other Press, New York, 2006, 118 pp., $13.95.. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 35(4):689-691.

(2007). Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 35(4):689-691

Like Wind, Like Waves: Fables from the Land of the Repressed, By Stefano Bolognini, Other Press, New York, 2006, 118 pp., $13.95.

Review by:
Marianne Eckardt, M.D.

Edited by:
César A. Alfonso, M.D.

This slim, small, delightful book, a translation, comes from the pen of an Italian psychoanalyst who believes in the magic of our mind, soul, and nature more than in our professional attempt to be scientific. With some nostalgia he remembers Freud's early subjective anecdotal psychoanalytic writing. In this book he aims to convey some psychoanalytic wisdom (no lofty wisdom, he assures us in his “Quick Preface”) by using the format of essays or short stories accompanied by some informal psychoanalytic commentaries.

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