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Siksou, J. (2016). L'effet-mère: Entre mère et fille, du lien à la relation [The Mother-Effect: Between Mother and Daughter, from Link to Object-relation] by Dominique Guyomard, PUF, Paris, 2010; 224 pp; €12.00. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 97(1):207-212.

(2016). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 97(1):207-212

L'effet-mère: Entre mère et fille, du lien à la relation [The Mother-Effect: Between Mother and Daughter, from Link to Object-relation] by Dominique Guyomard, PUF, Paris, 2010; 224 pp; €12.00

Review by:
Joyceline Siksou

In this book, Dominique Guyomard once again explores issues relating both to the drive components that are specific to the maternal sphere and to the precise nature of the link between mother and daughter/mother and infant that precedes a true object relation. Dominique Guyomard had already touched on the nature of the drives involved in the maternal sphere in a chapter that she wrote for a book edited by Jacques André; in 2006 (Guyomard, 2006, in André, 2006).

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