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Goodman, N.R. (2014). One of Two Squiggles: The “In-Between” of Donald Winnicott Today. DIVISION/Rev., 11:17-21.

(2014). DIVISION/Review, 11:17-21

One of Two Squiggles: The “In-Between” of Donald Winnicott Today

Review by:
Nancy R. Goodman

Jan Abram's book Donald Winnicott Today focuses on what happens between people, the mother and baby, the analyst and analysand, and the thinker and his community. There is no baby without the mother and there is no mother without the baby. There is no analyst without the analysand and there is no analysand without the analyst. There also is no author without an idea and there is no idea without the author.

Jan Abram brings together chapters that use Winnicott's basic ideas and expand upon them. As a group and individually, the ideas and love of Winnicott shown in this compilation opened transition space for play and creativity in my mind and will for all readers. Each connects Winnicott to the intellectual field of psychoanalysis today.

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