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Yorke, C. (1971). Some Suggestions for a Critique of Kleinian Psychology. Psychoanal. St. Child, 26:129-155.

(1971). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 26:129-155

Some Suggestions for a Critique of Kleinian Psychology

Clifford Yorke

JUST OVER 50 YEARS AGO MELANIE KLEIN BECAME MUCH OCCUPIED with a little boy called Fritz (see 1955). She had often given advice on his upbringing and when, at the age of 4¾ years, Fritz began to ask a series of questions closely concerned with his own origins, Klein found herself involved in assuaging his curiosity.

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