'A collection of essays by a psychoanalyst who practices in a country whose language is not familiar to the majority of readers in the Anglo-Saxon world is to be heartily welcomed - all the more so when the author is as experienced and worldly os Dr Nissim Momigliano, who came into psychoanalysis following the reorganization in the aftermath of the Second World War. She has continued to develop her own ideas - particularly on the issues of technique and practice. In this volume she proposes to tell readers about her own way of working, concentrating on the setting in which analysts and patients work, and the teaching of those who wish to learn about the method.'- Adam Limentani

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