False Self: The Life of Masud Khan

1st Edition

Linda Hopkins

Routledge
Published December 31, 2008
Reference - 560 Pages
ISBN 9781855756281 - CAT# K378435

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Table of Contents

Author’s Note -- Introduction -- Colonial India (1924–1945) -- Early Years in Montgomery -- A Feudal Upbringing -- Early Years in London (1946–1959) -- A Misunderstanding -- First Years of Training and Personal Life in the West -- Settling in and Starting Analysis with Winnicott -- Early Clinical Work (Interviews) -- The Divine Years: Khan at his Peak (1960–1964) -- Masud and Svetlana -- Working in a Time of Revolution -- Clinical Work (Interviews) -- The Curative Friendships -- Wladimir Granoff -- The Stollers -- Contributions to Psychoanalysis -- True Self -- Regression to Dependence -- Play Therapy for Adults -- Perversions and Issues of Sexual Identity -- Editorial Work and Promotion of Winnicott -- Starting to Fall (1965) -- The False Self -- Disgrace in Amsterdam -- Blessings and Humiliations (1966–1970) -- Losing his Anchors -- Lying Fallow -- The Dying of a Marriage -- Clinical Work (Interviews) -- Victor Smirnoff -- “And Worse I May Be Yet” (1971–1976) -- “The Most Traumatic Year” -- The Absence of Winnicott -- Bad Dreams -- The Alcoholic Solution -- Clinical Work (Interviews) -- Moving On -- Fortune, Good Night -- Nine Lives of a Cat (1977–1980) -- Survival -- Analysis with Robert Stoller -- Murder, Frenzy and Madness: Reading Dostoevsky -- Fortune Smiles: Last Love -- Late Clinical Work (Interviews) -- Majesty and Incapacity (1981–1989) -- The Shadow of a Man -- Death of a Madman -- Posthumous -- Postscript

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