Beckett and Bion: The (im)patient voice in psychotherapy and literature

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Miller, Ian S. and Souter, Kay. (2013). Beckett and Bion: The (im)patient voice in psychotherapy and literature Karnac Books.
AuthorsMiller, Ian S. and Souter, Kay
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This book focuses on Samuel Beckett's psychoanalytic psychotherapy with W. R. Bion as a central aspect both of Beckett's and Bion's radical transformations of literature and psychoanalysis. The recent publication of Beckett's correspondence during the period of his psychotherapy with Bion provides a starting place for an imaginative reconstruction of this psychotherapy, culminating with Bion's famous invitation to his patient to dinner and a lecture by C.G. Jung. Following from the course of this psychotherapy, Miller and Souter trace the development of Beckett's radical use of clinical psychology.

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Year2013
PublisherKarnac Books
Place of publicationLondon, United Kingdom
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