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(p. 35) Letter to His Family 

(p. 35) Letter to His Family
(p. 35) Letter to His Family

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 22 January 2021

In this letter to his family, Donald humorously describes the anticipation of his return home from boarding school in two weeks time. He calls himself ‘the missing one’ and is grateful for his mother’s sending him more money, guessing (by telepathy) that he needed it. He also jokes about a fellow pupil.

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