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Rhode, M. (1999). Inside Lives: Psychoanalysis and the Development of the Personality by Margot Waddell. Tavistock Clinic Series. Published by Duckworth, London, 1998. 222 pages; £14.95 paperback. Brit. J. Psychother., 16(1):95-97.

(1999). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 16(1):95-97

Inside Lives: Psychoanalysis and the Development of the Personality by Margot Waddell. Tavistock Clinic Series. Published by Duckworth, London, 1998. 222 pages; £14.95 paperback

Review by:
Maria Rhode

‘Call the world if you Please “the Vale of Soul-Making”’. Margot Waddell's choice of this quotation from Keats as the epigraph to Inside Lives signals what is perhaps the book's central theme: that each stage of life, indeed each moment, presents us with the choice of whether or not to engage fully and honestly with the reality that confronts us - a reality that includes our own feelings.

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