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Fry, P. Knight, J. (1991). Obituary Notice. J. Anal. Psychol., 36(4):529.

(1991). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 36(4):529

Obituary Notice

Peggy Fry and Jane Knight

Peggy Fry died on 27 April 1991 after a long and distressing illness, which she had borne with great courage. I met Peggy at the first seminar of our training course. It was a pleasure and a relief to find someone so warm and spontaneous as a companion throughout the trials and tribulations of analytical training. She it was who boldly risked the naïve question, for example, What on earth is an archetype? when the rest of us were hanging back; and she who was the first to volunteer to present a case to the whole group. For a time we shared our work in a discussion group and it was clear that she was warmly empathic, responsive to unconscious fantasy, and able to hold the boundaries for her patients.

She was a qualified physician, and had attended art school before her medical training, and she maintained her varied interests, balancing the scientist and the artist within herself and in her work. Although not often seen at Society meetings, she valued her membership and contributed positively to the advancement of the Society. In particular she used her sense of design to assist in publicising the Library of Analytical Psychology in its early days. She much enjoyed life, worked hard, and travelled extensively with her husband, Peter, appreciative of both landscape and the arts. Her family, patients, and friends miss her greatly.

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