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Ashley, A. (1997). GUNTRIP, HARRY. ‘My experience of analysis with Fairbairn and Winnicott. (How complete a result does psychoanalytic therapy achieve?)’. First published in Int. Rev. Psycho-Anal., 1975, 2, 145-56.. J. Anal. Psychol., 42(3):551-553.
   

(1997). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 42(3):551-553

GUNTRIP, HARRY. ‘My experience of analysis with Fairbairn and Winnicott. (How complete a result does psychoanalytic therapy achieve?)’. First published in Int. Rev. Psycho-Anal., 1975, 2, 145-56.

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Anne Ashley

PADEL, JOHN. ‘The case of Harry Guntrip’.

MARKILLIE, RONALD. ‘Some personal recollections and impressions of Harry Guntrip.’

Published together in Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 1996, 77, Pt 4. Pp. 739-71.

These three papers illuminate the effect of the Shadow in our lives as analysands, analysts and people. Guntrip went for analysis because he felt sure that amnesia about the death of his brother, Percy, held the key to his subsequent problems in living: predominantly a cycle of overwork and collapse with continuous somatic difficulties e.g., sinusitis (for which one treatment had been the removal of all his teeth) and constipation. He learnt that his father blamed his mother for Percy's death because she had not breastfed him, that she refused to have intercourse after Percy's birth and that she had breastfed Guntrip believing this would prevent conception. She flew into rages and beat him when his father was not present.

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