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Klein, M. (1989). Chapter One: The Oedipus complex in the light of early anxieties (1945). The Oedipus Complex Today Clinical Implications, 11-82.

Klein, M. (1989). Chapter One: The Oedipus complex in the light of early anxieties (1945). The Oedipus Complex Today Clinical Implications, 11-82

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Melanie Klein

Introduction

I have two main objectives in presenting this paper. I intend to single out some typical early anxiety situations and show their connection with the Oedipus complex. Since these anxieties and defences are part of the infantile depressive position as I see it, I hope to throw some light on the relation between the depressive position and libidinal development. My second purpose is to compare my conclusions about the Oedipus complex with Freud's views on that subject.

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