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(p. 115) Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections: By C. G. Jung (London: Collins and Routledge, 1963) 

(p. 115) Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections: By C. G. Jung (London: Collins and Routledge, 1963)
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(p. 115) Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections: By C. G. Jung (London: Collins and Routledge, 1963)
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Donald W. Winnicott

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10.1093/med:psych/9780190271398.003.0016
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date: 15 December 2019

Winnicott’s extensive review of Jung’s Memories, Dreams, Reflections’ focuses on the autobiographical first three chapters of the book that ‘every psychoanalyst must read’ and in particular the first chapter, ‘First Years’. Winnicott discusses the relationship between Freud and Jung. He then analyses Jung’s early experiences of psychotic illness from around the age of 4 from within Winnicott’s own theoretical framework. Winnicott goes on to discuss the Jungian ‘unconscious’ and Jung’s use of the word ‘self’.

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