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Younger, J. (2011). Letters to the Editors. Psychoanal. Perspect., 8(1):vi-vii.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 8(1):vi-vii

Letters to the Editors

Jeremy Younger, M.A.

To the Editors,

I have a request that is cheeky but I hope you will excuse that!

I am a psychoanalytic therapist working in Auckland, New Zealand, and I'm also a subscriber to Psychoanalytic Perspectives, which I greatly love.

I so enjoyed Hillary Grill's paper in Psychoanalytic Perspectives on “Bob Dylan's Multiple Self-States.” Bob Dylan is a passion of mine. I saw him some years ago here in Auckland where he came accompanied by Patti Smith—amazing!

Anyway, enough flannel! I also have a friend who has recently been in hospital seriously ill who is a fan of/obsessed with Bob Dylan and for whom Bob Dylan is also the soundtrack of his life.

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