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Sanders, K. (1999). Nine Lives: The Emotional Experience in General Practice. Karnac Books Ltd..
  

Sanders, K. (1999). Nine Lives. , 1-156. Karnac Books Ltd..

Nine Lives: The Emotional Experience in General Practice

Kenneth Sanders, M.D.

Contents

  Introduction 1
Chapter 1 The Emotional Experience in General Practice 3
  Nine Lives:  
Chapter 2 The Spare Man 17
Chapter 3 Seventh of Ten 31
Chapter 4 Boxed in 45
Chapter 5 That Boy! 59
Chapter 6 Evacuee 73
Chapter 7 Brother-in-Law 85
Chapter 8 “A Brief Mental History of my Father” 103
Chapter 9 Mrs Spriggs' Ordeal 119
Chapter 10 Born with the Caul 133
Chapter 11 Group Discussion 147

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A MATTER OF INTEREST: Clinical Notes of a psycho-analyst in general practice.

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