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Freud, Sullivan, Mitchell, Bion, and the Multiple Voices of International Psychoanalysis by Marco Conci, International Psychoanalytic Books, New York, 2019, 721 pp.

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Foehl, J.C. Freud, Sullivan, Mitchell, Bion, and the Multiple Voices of International Psychoanalysis by Marco Conci, International Psychoanalytic Books, New York, 2019, 721 pp.. Am J Psychoanal 81, 534–538 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1057/s11231-021-09319-6

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