The Cut and the Building of Psychoanalysis, Volume 1: Sigmund Freud and Emma Eckstein, by Carlo Bonomi, Routledge, Sussex & New York, 2015, 288pp.

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Rothschild, L. The Cut and the Building of Psychoanalysis, Volume 1: Sigmund Freud and Emma Eckstein, by Carlo Bonomi, Routledge, Sussex & New York, 2015, 288pp.. Am J Psychoanal 77, 91–96 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1057/s11231-016-9079-9

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