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1998a) Britton, R. (1998b) Britton, R. (2001) Britton, R. (2003) Britton, R. (2004) Bronstein, C. ) (2001) Brookes, S. (2002) The Therapeutic Community: its Potential for Development and Choice of Future. [in Amado, Vansina (2005): 71-82] The Œdipus Complex Today: Clinical Implications. London: Karnac Keeping Things in Mind. [in Anderson 1992: 102-113] Review: Grinberg, L. (1992). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 75: 621-623 Interpretation: Selected Fact or Overvalued Idea? International Journal of Psychoanalysis Psychoanalysis, 75: 1069-1078 Review: Bion’s Taming Wild Thoughts.

In Bronstein, C. ) (2001): 63-76] Sex, Death and the Superego: Experiences in Psychoanalysis. London: Karnac Subjectivity, Objectivity and Triangular Space. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 73: 47-61 Kleinian Theory: A Contemporary Perspective. London: Colin Whurr ‘It Seems to Have to Do with Something Else—‘ Henry James’s What Maisie Knew and Bion’s Theory of Thinking. G. G. G. , Zinkin, L. G. J. R. R. , Casoni, D. (1996) Brunet, L. Casoni, D. (2001) Some Reflections on Bion’s Basic Assumptions from a Group-Analytic Point of View.

J. (1996b). Australian Journal of Psychotherapy, 19: 96-112 Bonasia, E. (2000) The Sick Syllogism: the Fear of Dying and the Sacrifice of Truth. A. (2000) “Clinical Diary”? [in Bion Talamo 2000: 56-78] Borgogno, F. (2004) On the Patient’s Becoming an Individual: the Importance of the Analyst’s Personal Response to a Deprived Patient and his Dreams. N. (1986) Bion Revisited. N. (1987) Tolerating Nothing. N. (1993) Passions of the Mind: Unheard Melodies—a Third Principle of Mental Functioning. New York: New York University Press.

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