MELANIE KLEIN by Knopf at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Probes the life of a pioneering twentieth-century psychoanalyst, theorist, and practitioner who introduced to psychoanalysis her own innovative therapy and subsequently challenged Freud and other leading experts in spite of her own continuing tragedy anddespair.
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Probes the life of a pioneering twentieth-century psychoanalyst, theorist, and practitioner who introduced to psychoanalysis her own innovative therapy and subsequently challenged Freud and other leading experts in spite of her own continuing tragedy anddespair.
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