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Bargum, C. (1999). Nuoruusikäisen Psykoanalyysi. (Adolescent psychoanalysis). Ruumiillisuuden Kosketus. (The touch of bodilyness). Peilissä Vaskiset Kasvot. (A brassface in the mirror).. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 22(1):126-132.

(1999). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 22(1):126-132

Nuoruusikäisen Psykoanalyysi. (Adolescent psychoanalysis). Ruumiillisuuden Kosketus. (The touch of bodilyness). Peilissä Vaskiset Kasvot. (A brassface in the mirror).

Review by:
Camilla Bargum

Nuoruusikäisen Psykoanalyysi. (Adolescent psychoanalysis). By Tor-Björn Hägglund and Raimo Hyttinen. Oulu: Kustannusyhtiö Kajo, 1997.

Ruumiillisuuden Kosketus. (The touch of bodilyness). By Tor-Björn Hägglund. Oulu: Kustannusyhtiö Kajo, 1997.

Peilissä Vaskiset Kasvot. (A brassface in the mirror). By Tor-Björn Hägglund. Oulu: Kustannusyhtiö Kajo, 1998.

The three recent books by Tor-Björn Hägglund form a trilogy. The first of the three is a textbook dealing with the psychoanalytic view of adolescent development and also contains three extensive case studies. The second is a book of essays around themes that are familiar in Hägglund's writings, and to which he has devoted thirty years of scientific studies. Nevertheless, many thoughts and associative links seem new and fresh. The third book is a novel. It tells the story of a full psychoanalysis in the form of the dialogue between analysand and analyst. This seems to be a unique basis for a book, and makes it, in my view, the most interesting, distressing and moving of the three works.

All the three books have some common features that run through them all like the threads in a web. One is bodilyness, by which Hägglund means each person's private relationship to his own psycho-physical body. This concept is closely bound to development and mental growth as seen in the adolescent years, in the process of psychoanalysis, in female sexual development and in the lifecycle as a whole.

Another common feature is the constant reminder of the power of the unconscious. The unconscious is the well from where all creativity springs, but it is also a pit of darkness, where the unresolved conflicts lead their secret life.

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