Would-be Wife Killer: A Clinical Study of Primitive Mental Functions, Actualised Unconscious Fantasies, Satellite States and Developmental Steps, by Vamik Volkan, Karnac Books Ltd., London, 2015, 192pp.

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Vijayakrishnan, A. Would-be Wife Killer: A Clinical Study of Primitive Mental Functions, Actualised Unconscious Fantasies, Satellite States and Developmental Steps, by Vamik Volkan, Karnac Books Ltd., London, 2015, 192pp.. Am J Psychoanal 77, 195–197 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1057/s11231-017-9093-6

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