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Charles Dickens: The first (interpersonal) psychoanalyst or—a christmas carol: A literary psychoanalysis

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Shainess, N. Charles Dickens: The first (interpersonal) psychoanalyst or—a christmas carol: A literary psychoanalysis. Am J Psychoanal 52, 351–362 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01253084

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