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Segal, H. (2006). SEPTEMBER 111. Psychoanal. Psychother., 20(2):115-121.

(2006). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 20(2):115-121


Hanna Segal

In this paper Segal gives brief summaries of her 1987 paper ‘Silence is the real crime’ and her 1995 paper ‘From Hiroshima to the Gulf War and after: socio-political expressions of ambivalence’, to show the effect of psychotic factors in the background to September 11. She analyses the symbolic significance and psychological impact of September 11 and in a 2005 Postscript discusses the ensuing war on Iraq.

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