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Franey, M. (2019). Reading Klein by Margaret Rustin & Michael Rustin London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis the New Library of Psychoanalysis 2016; 200 pp.. Fort Da, 25(1):79-86. […]
Franey, M. (2015). Dancing with Jim Grotstein. Fort Da, 21(2):11-13. […]
Franey, M. (2014). The Parts Left Out by Thomas Ogden London: Karnac Books; 2013; 199 pp.. Fort Da, 20(2):96-100. […]
Franey, M. (2011). Book Review: … But at the Same Time and on Another Level …” Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode (Volume 1) by James S. Grotstein, M.D. London: Karnac, 2009; Volume 1, 382 pp“… But at the Same Time and on Another Level …” Clinical Applications in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode (Volume 2) by James S. Grotstein, M.D. London: Karnac, 2009; Volume 2, 286 pp. Fort Da, 17(1):73-82. […]
Franey, M. (2007). Ladies in Lavender directed by Charles Dance Roadside Attractions, 2004; 104 min.. Fort Da, 13(1):97-104. […]
Franey, M. (2005). Maternal Desire by Daphne de Marneffe New York: Little, Brown and Company; 2004, 401 pp.. Fort Da, 11(2):51-55. […]
Franey, M. (2002). Truth and Reconciliation in the Analytic Moment: The Use and Misuse of Apology in Psychoanalysis. Fort Da, 8(2):14-34. […]
Grotstein, J. Franey, M. (2008). Conversations with Clinicians: Who is the Writer Who Writes the Books?. Fort Da, 14(2):87-116. […]
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