Published by Karnac, London, 2004
Association Member: PBFA
Paperback. Condition: As new. First edition. xx, 258pp fully indexed. This book does not appear to have ever been opened. This is a collection of 15 articles and papers all relating to Charles Rycroft a leading free thinker and psychoanalyst of his time, edited by Jenny Pearson. This celebration of his work details the soul, the passion and the intelligence of one of the important figures in 20th Century psychoanalysis. Writers include, Margaret Arden, Paul Roazen, Robin Higgins etc. and the book includes short but detailed biographies of each contributor.
Published by Routledge [ Karnac ], London, 2004
Book First Edition
Soft cover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. FIRST EDITION. LONDON : 2004. Paperback. Dark green pictorial covers. Bright, tight and clean. No owner name or internal markings. FINE. (xxi), 258 pages. Includes bibliographical references. Index. CONTENTS: Introduction; 1. Charles Rycroft: a memoir; 2. Outstanding within the 'impossible' profession; 3. Charles Rycroft's contribution to contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy; 4. Charles Rycroft and ablation; 5. The development of Charles Rycroft's thought; 6. Insiders and outsiders; 7. The question of independence in psychotherapy; 8. Rebel Rycroft; 9. A brief history of illusion: Milner, Winnicott, Rycroft; 10. On bridging continuity and precision: the hidden music of psychoanalysis; 11. Charles Rycroft and the historical perspective. 12. The innocence of Charles Rycroft. 13. Glimpses of a life; 14. Further glimpses; 15. The last word. Lg.8vo. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ].