Lacanian psychoanalysis exists, and the new series, The Lacanian Clinical Field, is here to prove it. The clinical expertise of French practitioners deeply influenced by the thought of Jacques Lacan has finally found a publishing home in the United States. Books that have been acclaimed in France, Italy, Spain, Greece, South America, and Japan for their clarity, didactic power, and clinical relevance will now be at the disposal of the American psychotherapeutic and academic communities. These books cover a range of topics, including theoretical introductions; clinical approaches to neurosis, perversion, and psychosis; child psychoanalysis; conceptualizations of femininity; psychoanalytic readings of American literature; and more. Thus far nine books are in preparation.
Though all these works are clinically relevant, they will also be of great interest to those American scholars
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Publication information: Book title: Separation and Creativity:Refinding the Lost Language of Childhood. Contributors: Maud Mannoni - Author, Susan Fairfield - Translator. Publisher: Other Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1999. Page number: ix.
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