Oxford Bibliography

Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson, General Editors

Volume 1, 1911-1938
Volume 2, 1939-1945
Volume 3, 1946-1951
Volume 4, 1952-1955
Volume 5, 1955-1959
Volume 6, 1960-1963
Volume 7, 1964-1966
Volume 8, 1967-1968
Volume 9, 1969-1971
Volume 10, Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry
Volume 11, Human Nature and The Piggle
Volume 12, Appendices and Bibliographies

VOLUME 1: 1911-1938
Foreword by Christopher Bollas
General Introduction to the Collected Works
Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson
Introduction to Volume 1
Ken Robinson

1. Letter to His Mother, ca. 2 September 1911-1913
2. Letter to Stanley Ede, ca. 1912-1913
3. Smith, 1913
4. Letter to His Family, 3 November 1913
5. Letter to His Family, ca. 23 December 1913
6. The Night Attack, 1914
7. Letter to His Family, 9 May 1914
8. The Best Remedy, 1914
9. Letter to His Mother, Elizabeth, n.d., late 1916
10. Letter to His Family, 9 December 1916
11. Letter to His Sister, Violet, 15 November 1919
12. A Shropshire Surgeon, 1920
13. St Bartholomew’s Hospital Amateur Dramatic Club, 1920
14. A Reminder to the Binder, 1921
15. The Snag, 1921
16. What Is Worthwhile in Medicine, ca. 1917-1923

1. Varicella Encephalitis and Vaccinia Encephalitis, with Nancy Gibbs, 1926
2. Case for Diagnosis (? Poliomyelitis with Some Spasticity), 1926
3. Case for Diagnosis (? Infantile Hemiplegia), 1926
4. Two Cases for Post-Encephalitic Hypernoea, 1926
5. Case of Stunted Growth, 1927
6. The Only Child, 1928
7. Facial Nerve Paralysis, 1928
8. Facial Nerve Paralysis, Associated with Fits, 1928
9. Encephalitis After Measles and Chicken-pox, 1928
10. Muscle Weakness, Altered Gait and Absent Deep Reflexes after Measles, 1928
11. Abscess in Frontal Lobe: Post-Mortem Findings in a Case Shown at a Previous Meeting of the Section,
with Elisabeth O’Flynn, 1928
12. Rheumatism in Children, 1929
13. Hemiplegia Noticed after Diphtheria, 1929
14. Measles Encephalitis, 1930
15. Symptoms Suggesting Post-Encephalitis, 1929
16. The Diagnosis of Chorea, 1929
17. Enuresis (abstract), 1929
18. Short Communication on Enuresis, 1930
19. Pathological sleeping, 1930
20. Haemoptysis: case for diagnosis,1931
21. Pre-systolic murmur, possibly not due to Mitral Stenosis, 1931
22. A Clinical Example of Symptomatology Following the Birth of a Sibling, 1931
23. Child Psychiatry: the body as affected by psychological factors, 1931
24. On In-Patient Treatment for Rheumatic Fever and Chorea, ca.1923-1931

1. History-Taking
2. Physical Examination
3. A Note on Temperature and the Importance of Charts
4. The Nose and Throat
5. The heart, with Special Reference to Rheumatic Carditis
6. Rheumatic Fever
7. The Rheumatic Clinic
8. Active Heart Disease
9. Growing Pains
10. Arthritis Associated with Emotional Disturbance
11. Fidgetiness
12. A Note on Normality and Anxiety
13. Anxiety (continued)
14. Disease of the Nervous System
15. Walking
16. Mental Defect
17. Convulsions, Fits
18. Micturition Disturbances
19. Masturbation
20. Speech Disorders

1. Abstract: Psychoanalysis and Medicine, by F. Alexander, 1933
2. Abstract: Repression and Rationalisation, by H. Lundholm, 1934
3. Papular Urticaria and the Dynamics of Skin Sensation, 1934
4. Discussion: The Difficult Child, by G. A. Auden, 1934
5. Abstract: A Contribution to the Problem of Psycho-physical Relations with Special Reference to
Dermatology, by Moses Barinbaum, 1935
6. The Manic Defence, 1935
7. The Teacher, the Parent and the Doctor, 1936
8. Letter to Robina Addis, April 1936
9. Contribution to a Discussion on Enuresis, 1936
10. Mental Hygiene ofthe Pre-School Child, 1936
11. Appetite and Emotional Disorder, 1936
12. Review: Wayward Youth by August Aichhorn, 1936
13. Review: On the Bringing Up of Children by Five Psycho-analysts, 1936
14. Review: Child Psychiatry, Leo Kanner, 1937
15. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 13 May 1937
16. Notes on a Little Boy, 1938
17. Shyness and Nervous Disorders in Children, 1938
18. Skin Changes in Relation to Emotional Disorder, 1938
19. Letter to Mrs Neville Chamberlain, 10 November 1938
20. Letter to John Bowlby, 6 December 1938

VOLUME 2: 1939-1945
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 2
Christopher Reeves
PART 1:1939
1. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Circumcision, 14 January
2. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Pruritus and Psychology, 22 April
3. The Delinquent and Habitual Offender
4. The Deprived Mother
5. Early Disillusion
6. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Evacuation of Small Children, 16 December (with John Bowlby
and Emanuel Miller)
7. The Psychology of Juvenile Rheumatism
8. Aggression, ca. 1939
9. Delinquency: Continued, ca. 1930s

PART 2: 1940
1. Letter to Kate Friedlander, 8 January
2. Children and Their Mothers
3. Discussion of War Aims
4. Children in the War

PART 3:1941
1. Report on Q Camps
2. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Communal Feeding in Schools, 6 September
3. On Influencing and Being Influenced
4. Review: The Moral Paradox of Peace and War by Prof J. C. Flügel.
5. Review: The Cambridge Evacuation Survey edited by Susan Isaacs
6. The Observation of lnfants in a Set Situation
7. Meet to be Stolen From

PART 4: 1942
1. Resolution K: On Scientific Aims in Psychoanalysis
2. Child Department Consultations
3. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Loneliness in Infancy, 17 October
4. Why Children Play
5. Review: The Nursing Couple by Merell P. Middlemore

PART 5:1943
1. A Doctor Looks at the Psychiatric Social Worker
2. Delinquency Research
3. Memorandum on “The Relationship Between Clinical Paediatrics and Child Psychology”
4. Letter to The Lancet, Prefrontal Leucotomy, 10 April
5. Letter to The Lancet, Prefrontal Leucotomy, 15 May
6. Treatment of Mental Disease by Induction of Fits
7. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Responsibility and Freedom, 21August
8. Getting to Know Your Baby
9. The Wearing of Masks in the Nursing of Premature and Older Infants (abstract)
10. Letter to the British Medical Journal. Shock Treatment of Mental Disorder, 25 December

PART 6: 1944
1. Letter to Roger North
Correspondance with a magistrate, 1944 – The New Era in Home and School
2. Why Do Babies Cry?
3. Psychological Aspects of Birching
4. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Shock Therapy, 12 February
5. A Tendency in Therapeutics
6. Introduction to a Symposium on the Psycho-Analytic Contribution to the Theory of Shock Therapy
7. Kinds of Psychological Effect of Shock Therapy
8. What about Father?
9. Their Standards and Yours
10. What Do We Mean by a Normal Child?
11. Support for Normal Parents
12. Letter to Dr Marjorie Franklin, 19 October
13. Infant Feeding
14. The Problem of Homeless Children, with Clare Britton
15. Ocular Psychoneuroses of Childhood

PART 7: 1945
1. The Only Child
2. The Evacuated Child
3. The Return of the Evacuated Child
4. Thinking and the Unconscious
5. Twins
6. Memorandum on Corporal Punishment
7. Home Again
8. Primitive Emotional Development
9. Evidence Given to the Home Office Committee on Children’s Homes
10. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Physical Therapy in Mental Disorder, 22 December
11. Towards an Objective Study of Human Nature
12. Breast Feeding

VOLUME 3: 1946-1951
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 3
Vincenzo Bonaminio and Paolo Fabozzi
PART 1: 1946
1. Children’s Hostels in War and Peace
2. Educational Diagnosis
3. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Psychology in the Child’s Education, 29 June
4. Letter to Lord Beveridge, 15 October
5. Letter to The Times, 6 November
6. Letter to Ella Sharpe, 13 November
7. Some Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency
Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency [revised form, 1964]
8. Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency (n.d., ca. late 1940s)

PART 2:1947
1. Hate in the Countertransference
2. Physical Therapy of Mental Disorder
3. Residential Management as Treatment for Difficult Children
4. Further Thoughts on Babies as Persons
5. The Child and Sex
6. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Battle Neurosis Treated with Leucotomy, 13 December

PART 3:1948
1. Reparation in Respect of Mother’s Organised Defence Against Depression
2. Paediatrics and Psychiatry
3. Letter to the British Medical Journal, ‘Pathies in a State Service’, 14 February
4. The Gwrw Tree
5. Letter to Anna Freud, 6 July
6. Review: The Psychology of the Unwanted Child by Agatha H. Bowley
7. Review: Parents’ Questions, The Child Study Association of America
8. Disorders of Childhood
9. Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Vol. 2 edited by Anna Freud, Willie Hoffer, Edward
Glover, et al.
10. Review: The Personality of the Pre-School Child by Professor Werner Wolff
11. Obituary: Susan Isaacs
12. Primary Introduction to External Reality: The Early Stages
13. Environmental Needs; the Early Stages: Total Dependence and Essential Independence

PART 4: 1949
1. Letter to Paul Federn, 3 January
2. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Taking Children’s Temperatures, 6 January
3. Letter to Marjorie Stone, 14 February
4. The lnfancy of Juliet
5. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 22 March
6. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 31 March
7. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 2 May
8. Birth Memories, Birth Trauma, and Anxiety
9. Letter to Joan Riviere, 19 May
10. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 13 June
11. Notes on the Discussion held on Dr. Winnicott’s paper ‘The Birth Trauma’
12. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 22 June
13. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 24 June
14. Letter to Joan Riviere, 24 June
15. Review: Handbook of Child Guidance by Ernest Harms
16. Letter to The Times, Punishment and Crime: A Psychologist’s View, 10 August
17. Letter to R. S. Hazlehurst, 1 September
18. Letter to S. H. Hodge, 1 September
19. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Paddington Green’s Children’s Hospital, 24 September
20. Mind and Its Relation to the Psyche-Soma
21. Leucotomy
22. Review: Art versus Illness by Adrian Hill
Occupational therapy Review of Adrian Hill’s book Art Versus Illness
23. A Man Looks at Motherhood
24. The Baby as a Going Concern
25. Where the Food Goes
26. The End of the Digestive Process
27. The Baby as a Person
28. Close-up of Mother Feeding Baby
29. The World in Small Doses
30. The Innate Morality of the Baby
31. Weaning
32. Young Children and Other People
33. Stealing and Telling Lies
34. The Impulse to Steal
35. Sex Education in Schools
36. Enuresis: Notes for a lecture to the Tavistock Children’s Department (n.d., ca. 1949)

PART 5: 1950
1. Letter to Clare Britton [Extract], early 1950
Extract – D.W.W.: A reflection
2. Aggression in Relation to Emotional Development
3. Letter to The Times, Neglected Children, 31 January
4. Letter to Otho W. S. Fitzgerald, 3 March
5. Childhood Psychosis
6. Letter to P. D. Scott, 11 May
7. Letter to The Times, Maladjusted Children: Damaging Effect of Delay, May 13
8. Review: Infancy of Speech and Speech of Infancy by Leopold Stein
9. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle 10 July
10. The Deprived Child and How He Can Be Compensated for Loss of Family Life
11. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 8 August
12. Letter to Hannah ‘Queen’ Henry, 30 October
13. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 16 November
14. Knowing and Learning
15. Instincts and Normal Difficulties
16. Growth and Development in Immaturity
17. Some Thoughts on the Meaning of the Word Democracy
18. “Yes, But How Do We Know It’s True?”

PART 6: 1951
1. Review: The Child and the Magistrate by J. A. F. Watson
2. Letter to W. R. Bion, 22 January
3. Letter to James Strachey, 1May
4. The Foundation of Mental Health
5. Visiting Children in Hospital
6. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena [1951]
7. Review: The Inner World of Man: with Psychological Drawings and Paintings by Frances G. Wickes
8. Letter to The Lancet, Leucotomy in Psychosomatic Disorders, 18 August
9. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Ethics of Prefrontal Leucotomy, 25 August
10. Review: Jealousy in Children by Edmund Ziman, M. D.
11. Letter to The Times, Nursery Schools: A Definition of Functions, 8 September
12. Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volumes 3-4 and Volume 5 edited by Anna Freud,
Willie Hoffer, and Edward Glover
13. Letter to Edward Glover, 23 October
14. Notes on the General Implications of Leucotomy
15. Review: On Not Being Able To Paint by Marion Milner
16. Review: Problems of Infancy and Childhood
17. Review: Papers on Psycho-Analysis by Ernest Jones
18. Review: Infant Feeding and Feeding Difficulties by Philip Rainforth Evans and Ronaldo Mackeith

VOLUME 4: 1952-1955
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 4
Dominique Scarfone
PART 1: 1952
1. The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby: The First Week
2. The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby: Baby Bites
3. Letter to Hanna Segal, 21February
4. Letter to The Lancet, Frontal Lobes of the Human Brain, 8 March
5. Psychoses and Child Care
6. Letter to Augusta Bonnard, 3 April
7. Letter to Willi Hoffer, 4 April
8. Letter to S. S. Davidson, 5 May
9. Letter to H. Ezriel, 20 June
10. Letter to Ernest Jones, 22 July
11. Anxiety Associated with Insecurity
12. Letter to Melanie Klein, 17 November
13. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 27 November

PART 2: 1953
1. Letter to Hanna Segal. 22 January
2. Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld, 22 January
3. Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld, 17 February
4. Symptom Tolerance in Paediatrics: A Case History
5. Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott, 19 March
6. Review in British Medical Journal: Twins: A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins by Dorothy
7. Review in New Era: A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins by Dorothy Burlingham
Dorothy Burlingham – Resenha de A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins
8. The Unconscious
9. Letter to Esther Bick, 11 June
10. Review: Maternal Care and Mental Health, John Bowlby
11. Review: Psycho-Analysis and Child Psychiatry by Edward Glover
12. Review: Problems of Infancy and Childhood edited by Milton Senn
13. Letter to Sylvia Payne, 7 October
14. Letter to David Rapaport, 9 October
15. Letter to Hannah Ries, 27 November
16. Review: Childhood and Society by Erik H. Erikson
17. Review: Direct Analysis: Selected Papers by John N. Rosen
18. Review: Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality by W. R. D. Fairbairn, with Masud Khan
19. Two Adopted Children
20. Mother, Teacher, and the Child’s Needs
21. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena

PART 3: 1954
1. Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott, 27 January
2. Letter to Charles Rycroft, 5 February
3. Letter to The Spectator, A Psychiatrist’s Choice, 12 February
4. Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott, 26 February
5. The Depressive Position in Normal Emotional Development
6. Metapsychological and Clinical Aspects of Regression within the Psycho-Analytical Set-Up
7. Letter to Anna Freud, 18 March
8. Letter to Betty Joseph 13 April
9. Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott. 13 April
10. Letter to Sir David K. Henderson, 10May
11. Letter to John Bowlby, 11 May
12. Review: Child Psychotherapy by S. R. Slavson
13. Letter to Klara Frank, 20 May
14. Letter to Sir David K Henderson, 20 May
15. Letter to Anna Freud and Melanie Klein, 3 June
16. Letter to Michael Fordham, 11 June
17. Review: Aggression and Its Interpretation by Lydia Jackson
18. Needs of the Under-Fives
Needs for the under-fives in a changing society
19. Letter to Harry Guntrip, 20 July
20. Letter to The Times, Sponsored Television, 21 July
21. Letter to Harry Guntrip, 13 August
22. Review: Clinical Management of Behaviour Disorders in Children by Harry Bakwin and Ruth Morris
23. Letter to Thomas Stapleton, 20 September
24. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 23 September
25. Letter to D. Chaplin 18 October
26. Character Types: The Foolhardy and the Cautions: On Funfairs, Thrills and Regressions by Michael
I. Character types: The foolhardy and the cautious
27. Letter to The Times, ’Pin-up’ Pictures at Approved School, 1 November
28. Play in the Analytic Situation
29. Withdrawal and Regression
30. Pitfalls in Adoption
31. Preface: The First Treasured Possession by Olive Stevenson

PART 4: 1955
1. Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis

VOLUME 5: 1955-1959
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 5
Jennifer Johns and Marcus Johns

PART 1: 1955
1. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 10 February
2. On Adoption
3. Letter to Thomas Stapleton, 3 March
4. Memorandum from Paddington Green Children’s Hospital Psychology Department on Homosexuality
and the Law
5. Letter to Emilio Rodrigue, 17 March
6. Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle, 17 March
7. Private Practice
8. Letter to Charles Rycroft. 21 April
9. Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect
10. For Stepparents
11. Clinical Varieties of Transference
12. Adopted Children in Adolescence
13. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Comforters, August 13
14. Letter to Michael Fordham, 26 September
15. Letter to Hanna Segal, 6 October
16. Letter to Wilfred Bion, 7 October
17. Letter to Anna Freud, 18 November
18. A Case managed at Home
19. Foreword to Any Wife, Any Husband by Dr Joan Graham
20. First Experiments in Independence
21. A Note on Regression and Reassurance
22. Letter to Charles M. Schulz, 1955
23. The Toddler, the Second Adoption, Telling Children About Adoption, undated, ca. mid-1950

PART 2:1956
1. What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers?
2. Letter to the British Medical Journal, Prefrontal Leucotomy, 28 January
3. Letter to Joan Riviere, 3 February
4. Fragments Concerning Varieties of Clinical Confusion
5. On ‘A Study of Envy and Gratitude’ by Melanie Klein
6. Letter to Enid Balint, 22 March
7. Psycho-Analysis and the Sense of Guilt
8. The Antisocial Tendency
9. Letter to Gabriel Casuso, 4 July
10. Letter to Oliver H. Lowry, 5 July
11. Paediatrics and Childhood Neurosis
12. Letter to Charles Rycroft, 7 October
13. Letter to Charles Rycroft. 17 October
14. Letter to J. Peter M. Tizard, 23 October
15. Letter to Barbara Lantos, 8 November
16. Primary Maternal Preoccupation
17. Notes on Adolescence, ca. 1956

PART 3: 1957
1. Letter to Anna M. Kulka, 15 January
2. Letter to Charles Rycroft, 17 January
3. Letter to Thomas Main, 24 January
4. Address Introducing Margaret Mead, VIIIth Ernest Jones Lecture
5. Letter to Margaret Mead, 31January
6. Letter to Thomas Main, 25 February
7. Letter to Melanie Klein, 7 March
8. Remarks on a Discussion of Balint’s Paper on Technique
9. Letter to Michael Balint 27 March
10. Letter to Michael Balint 4 April
11. Letter to Tsuicheu Cheu 4 April
12. Letter to The Times, I Qant stand it, 11 April
13. Letter to Martin James. 17 April
14. Review: Six Children by Estelle J. Foote
15. The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery
16. Letter to Mary Applebey, 27 May
17. Foreword to The Case as the Patient Sees It: Psychoanalysis
18. Letter to Joan Riviere, 21 June
19. Letter to Prunella Briance 15 Jul
20. The Capacity to Be Alone
21. On the Contribution of Direct Child Observation to Psycho-Analysis
22. Letter to Augusta Bonnard, 1 October
23. Hallucination and Dehallucination
24. Letter to Michael Balint, 3 October
25. Letter to Francesca Bion 3 October
26. Integrative and Disruptive Factors in Family Life
27. Advising Parents
28. Letter to Augusta Bonnard, 7 November
29. Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis
30. The Mother’s Contribution to Society
31. Health Education Through Broadcasting
32. Preface to Collected Papers: Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis

PART 4: 1958
1. Letter to Grantly Dick-Read, 15 January
2. Letter to Marianne Baumann, 20 January
3. Funeral address for Ernest Jones
4. Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy
5. Review: Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 11 edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz
Hartmann, and Ernst Kris
6. The First Year of Life: Modern Views on the Emotional Development
7. The Psychology of Separation
8. Letter to Anna Freud, 14 May
9. Where Angels Fear to Tread, or, A Cornment on Generic Teaching
10. Letter to Marianne Baumann, 5 June
11. Letter to Anna Freud, 8 June
12. Letter to Joan Riviere, 13June
13. Child Analysis in the Latency Period
14. Letter to R. D. Laing, 18 July
15. Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 12 edited by by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud,
Heinz Hartmann, and Ernst Kris
16. Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld, 16 October
17. The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in One or Both Parents
18. On ‘Separation Anxiety’, by John Bowlby
19. Letter to Anna Freud, 7 November
20. Letter to Victor Smirnoff, 19 November
21. Obituary: Ernest Jones
22. Obituary: Dr Ambrose Cyril Wilson
23. Review: The Doctor, His Patients, and the Illness by Michael Balint
24. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena
25. Theoretical Statement of the Field of Child Psychiatry

PART 5: 1959
1. Review: Envy and Gratitude by Melanie Klein
2. Letter to Reginald Lightwood, 1O February
3. Letter to Miss Maw, 16 February
4. Memorandum on Gisburne House
5. Classification: Is There a Psycho-Analytic Contribution to Psychiatric Classification?
6. Letter to The Times, Nursery Schools Essencial, 25 March
7. Letter to Donald Meltzer, 21May
8. Letter to Kenneth Soddy, 9 June
9. Letter to Paul Halmos, 12 June
10. Nothing at the Centre
11. Letter to Dorothy E. M. Gardner, 13 July
12. Letter to Arthur J. Metcalfe, 14 July
13.Letter to Herman Gijsbert van der Waals, 23 July
14. Letter to A. Tommy M. Wilson, 23 September
15. Casework with Mentally Ill Children
16. Letter to Elliot Jaques, 13 October
17. Discussion of ‘Grief and Mourning in Infancy’ by John Bowlby
18. Letter to Paula Heimann, 5 November
19. Letter to Thomas Szasz, 19 November
20. Counter-transference
21. The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child
22. The Fate of the Transitional Object
23. Review (film): Goin to Hospital with Mother by James Robertson
24. Foreword to Childbirth with Confidence by Prunella Briance
25. Obituary: Oscar Friedmann
26. Clinical material on the Theme of a male Patient’s Exploitation of His Female Self
27. A Clinical Approach to Family Problems: The Family

VOLUME 6: 1960-1963
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 6
Angela Joyce
PART 1: 1960
1. Saying No
2. Letter to Michael Balint, 5 February
3. Letter to Jacques Lacan, 11 February
4. Jealousy
5. Letter to Merton. J. Kahne, February 19
6. The Effect of Psychosis on Family Life
7. What Irks?
8. The Relationship of a Mother to Her Baby at the Beginning
9. On Security
10. Aggression, Guilt and Reparation
11. Letter to Alexander Luria, 7 July
12. Letter to Ilse Hellman. 21 July
13. Letter to John Harvard-Watts. July 28
14. Letter to Mr and Mrs Young, July 28
15. Obituary: Melanie Klein
16. Letter to Serge Lebovici, 8 November
17. The Family and Emotional Maturity
18. Letter to Wilfred Bion, 17 November
19. Comments on Joseph Sandler’s ‘On the Concept of the Superego’
20. String: A Technique of Communication
21. The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship
22. Ego Distortion in terms of True and False Self

PART 2: 1961
1. Letter to Lydia James, 20 January
2. Letter to Sir Aubrey Lewis, 26 January
3. Memorandum on Organizational Aspects of Child Care at Paddington Green Hospital
4. Adolescence: Struggling Through the Doldrums
5. Varieties of Psychotherapy
6. Feeling Guilty
7. Letter to Dr Joan FitzHerbert, 25 April
8. Review: The Concept of Love in Childcare by T. S. Simey
9. Psychoanalysis and Science: Friends or Relations?
10. Review: Clinical Child Psychiatry by Kenneth Soddy
11. Notes on the Time Factor in Treatment
12. Comments on ‘Problems of Research in Psycho-analysis’, by Joseph Sandler
13. Letter to Masud Khan, 26 June
14. Letter to Pearl King, 18 July
15. Matti, aet 12 ½ years: A Therapeutic Consultation
16. Sakari: A therapeutic Consultation
17. Psycho-Neurosis in Childhood
18. Letter to Harry Guntrip, 15 September
19. The Paediatric Department of Psychology
20. Letter to Sir Aubrey Lewis, 13 October
21. Envy: A Male Patient Near the End of His Analysis
A male patient near the end of his analysis (The Beginnings of a Formulation of an Appreciation and
Criticism of Klein’s Envy Statement)
22. Comments on the Report of the Committee on Punishment in Prisons and Borstals
23. Letter to Wilfred Bion, 16 November

PART 3: 1962
1. Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 15 edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud,
Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris
2. The Aims of Psycho-Analytic Treatment
3. Letter to Benjamin Spock, 9 April
4. The Development of a Child’s Sense of Right and Wrong
5. Training for Child Psychiatry
6. The Five Year-Old
Now they are five [the transcript of the original broadcast]
7. The Beginnings of a Formulation of an Appreciation and Criticism of Klein’s Envy Statement
8. A Personal View of the Kleinian Contribution
9. Dependence in Infant-Care, in Child-Care, and in the Psycho-Analytic Setting
10. Providing for the Child in Health and Crisis
11. The Development of the Capacity for Concern
12. The Psycho-Analyst and Child Psychiatry: A Matter of Economics
13. The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship: Further Remarks
14. The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship: Contribution to the Discussion
15. Review: Letters of Sigmund Freud, 1873-1939 edited by Ernest Jones
16. Review: Psychologie du Premier Âge, by Marcel Bergeron
17. Review: Un Cas de Psychose Infantile, by S. Lebovici and J. McDougall
18. Morals and Education
19. Ego Integration in Child Development

PART 4: 1963
1. Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 16 edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud,
Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris
2. Letter to Ronald MacKeith, 31 January
3. A Note on a Case Involving Envy
4. Considerations in the Study of Homosexuality
5. The Mentally Ill in Your Caseload
6. Letter to Timothy Raison, 9 April
7. Struggling Through the Doldrums
8. Communicating and Not Communicating leading to a Study of Certain Opposites
9. The Psychotherapy of Character Disorders
10. The Value of Depression
11. From Dependence Towards Independence in the Development of the Individual
12. Psychiatric Disorder in Terms of Infantile Maturational Processes
13. Hospital Care Supplementing Intensive Psychotherapy in Adolescence
14.The Tree
15. D.W.W.’s Dream Relating to Reviewing Jung
16. Review: The Non-Human Environment in Normal Development and in Schizophrenia by Harold F. Searles
17. Review: Childhood Schizophrenia by William Goldfarb
18. Perversions and Pregenital Fantasy
19. Two Notes on the Use of Silence
20. Further Clinical Material on the Theme of a Male Patient’s Exploitation of his Female Self
21. Fear of breakdown
O medo do colapso

VOLUME 7: 1964-1966
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 7
Anna Ferruta
PART 1: 1964
1. The Concept of the False Self
2. Review: Heal the Hurt Child by Hertha Riese
3. Letter to New Sodety, Love or Skill?, 23 March
4. The Neonate and His Mother
5. Deductions Drawn from a Psychotherapeutic Interview with an Adolescent
6. Psycho-Somatic Illness in Its Positive and Negative Aspects
7. Youth Will Not Sleep
8. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 26 June
9. The Importance of the Setting in Meeting Regression in Psycho-Analysis
10. Letter to The Observer, All of Mother, 25 October
11. Letter to John O. Wisdom, 26 October
12. Foreword to The Widow’s Child by Margaret Torrie
13. Letter to The Observer, All of Mother, 8 November
14. This Feminism
15. Letter to Mrs B. J. Knopf, 26 November
16. Review: Memories, Dreams and Reflections by C. G. Jung
17. Introduction to the Child, the Family and the Outside World
18. Roots of Aggression

PART 2:1965
1. New Light on Children’s Thinking
2. Letter to Michael Fordham, 2 February
3. Letter to Humberto Nagera, 15 February
4. The Price of Disregarding Psychoanalytic Research
5. Do Progressive Schools Give Too Much Freedom to the Child?
6. Notes made in the Train
7. The Concept of Trauma in Relation to the Development of the Individual
within the Family
8. Letter to Michael Fordham, 24 June
9. Letter to Michael Fordham. 15 July
10. Comment on Obsessional Neurosis and ‘Frankie’
11. Further Comments on Obsessional Neurosis and Frankie
12. The Child, The Family and the Offender
13. Clinical Material: Theme of “Two”, also theme of “Black”
14. Review: Childhood and Society by Erik H. Erikson
15. Letter to Charles Anthony Storr, 30 September
16. Review: Normality and Pathology In Childhood by Anna Freud
17. Letter to Martin James, 7 October
18. The Psychology of Madness, A Contribution from Psycho-Analysis
19. Case Notes for a Psychoanalytic Seminar: Withdrawal, Regression, Male Identification
20. A 70th Birthday Present
21. Dissociation Revealed in a Therapeutic Consultation
22. The Value of the Therapeutic Consultation
23. A Child Psychiatry Case Illustrating Delayed Reaction to Loss
24. Introduction to The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment
25. Preface to The Family and Individual Development
26. Review: Shared Fate, Kirk. H. David

PART 3: 1966
1. Letter to The Times, George III, January 17
2. The Split-Off Male and Female Elements to be Found in Men and Women
3. The Ordinary Devoted Mother
4. Letter to The Times, Psychatric Care, 3 March
5. Letter to Hans Thorner, 17 March
6. Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld, 17 March
7. Social Aspects of Autism
8. Autism
9. Letter to The Times, Why Courts Must Act Swiftly, 26 March
10. Review: Dibs: in search of Self by Virginia Axline
11. Letter to The Times, ‘Blood-Tie’ Child, 4 April
12. Letter to a Confidant, 15 April
13. Letter to Lilli E. Peller, 15 Apri1
14. Review: The Psychonalytic Study of the Child, Volume 20 edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud,
Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris
15. Letter to Sylvia Payne, 26 May
16. On Cardiac Neurosis in Children
17. The Child in the Family Group
18. Review: Infantile Autism by Bernard Rimland
19. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 13 September
20. Review: Adolescents and Morality by E. M. Eppel and M. Eppel Out of the muths of adolescents
21. Letter to William Gillespie, 29 September
22. Review: Absent: School Refusal as an Expression of Disturbed Family Relationships by Max B. Clyne
23. On the Occasion of the Publication of the Standard Edition of Freud
24. Letter to Donald Meltzer, 25 October
25. Review: Your Child is a Person by S. Chess, A. Thomas, and H. G. Birch
26. Review: Asthma: Attitude and Milieu by Aaron Lask
27. Preface to Renata Gaddini’s Italian Translation of The Family and Individual Development
28. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 21November
29. The Unconscious
30. Review: Adoption Policy and Practice, by Iris Goodacre
31. The Location of Cultural Experience
32. The Absence of a Sense of Guilt
33. Letter to a Patient, 13 December
34. The Beginning of the lndividual
35. Letter to D. N. Parfitt, 22 December
36. Discussion of ‘The Clinical Handling of the Analyst’s Response’ by Ian Alger
37. An Allotted Spanner in the Works

VOLUME 8: 1967-1968
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 8
Ann Horne
PART 1: 1967
1. Letter to Mrs Aitken, 13 January
2. D.W.W. on D.W.W.
3. The Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry Observed as a Group Phenomenon
4.The Concept of a Healthy Individual
5. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 9 March
6. Environmental Health in Infancy
The bearing of emotional development on feeding problems [first published]
7. Review: The Successful Step-Parent by Helen Thomson
8. Delinquency as a Sign of Hope
9. The Non-Pharmacological Treatment of Psychosis in Childhood
10. Review: A Home from Home by Sheila Stewart – The Persecution that wasn’t
11. A Tribute on the Occasion of Willi Hoffer’s Seventieth Birthday
12. Foreword to The Hands of the Living God by Marion Milner
13. Winnicott’s Wisdom: The Meaning of Mother Love
14. Obituary: James Strachey
15. Review: Absent: School Refusal as an Expression of Disturbed Family Relationships by Max B. Clyne
16. Winnicott’s Wisdom: How a Baby Begins to Feel Sorry and to Make Amends
17. Winnicott’s Wisdom: Why babies Cry? (version of the two 1944 radio broadcasts)
18. Letter to a Colleague, 4 September
19. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 4 September
20. Letter to Margaret Torrie, 4 September
21. Letter to Margaret Torrie, 5 September
22. Winnicott’s Wisdom: Hobgoblins and Good Habits
23. Letter to Wilfted R. Bion, 5 October
24. Letter to Gillian Nelson, 6 October
25. The Aetiology of lnfantile Schizophrenia in Terms of Adaptive Failure
26. Letter to Charles Clay Dahlberg, 24 October
27. Playing: Creative Activity and the Search for the Self
28. Review: How to Survive Parenthood by Eda J. LeShan
29. The Concept of Clinical Regression Compared with that of Defence Organization
30. Trips into Partisanship
31. Letter to Arthur Miller, 13 November
32. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 21 November
33. Letter to Marjorie Spence, 23 November
34. Letter to Marjorie Spence, 27 November
35. Review: A Collection of Children’s Books by Multiple Authors
36. Letter to R. S. W. Dowling, 8 December
37. Addendum to ‘The Location of Cultural Experience’
38. Mirror-Role of Mother and Family in Child Development

PART 2: 1968
1. The Place Where We Live
2. Communication Between Infant and Mother and Mother and Infant Compared and Contrasted
3. Physical and Emotional Disturbances in an Adolescent Girl
4. Chards Pil….
5. The Use of the Word ‘Use’
6. Interpretation in Psycho-Analysis
7. Letter to Donald Goug, 6 March
8. Foreword to Disturbed Children by Robert J. N. Tod
9. Playing and Culture
10. Sum, I am
11. Review: Vulnerable Children: Three Studies of Children in Conflict by Lindy Burton
12. The Effect of Loss on the Young
13. Review: Psychoanalytic Stud y of the Child, Volume 22 edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris
14. A Link Between Paediatrics and Child Psychology: Clinical Observations
15. Playing: A Theoretical Statement
16. Children Learning
17. Letter to L. Joseph Stone, 18 June
18. Review: Human Aggression by Anthony Storr
19. Sleep Refusal in Children
20. Letter to Mrs T., 6 September
21. Roots of Aggression
22. Foreword to Susan Isaacs by D. E. M. Gardener
23. Letter to Adam Limentani, 27 September
24. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 21 October
25. Review: Children in Distress by Alec Clegg and Barbara Megson
26. Breast-feeding as Communication
27. First Interview with Child May Start Resumption of Maturation
28. The Use of an Object and Relating Through Identifications
29. Clinical Illustration of The Use of an Object
30. Further Clinical Illustration of ‘The Use of and Object’
31. Letter to Joyce Coles, 22? November
32. Letter to Joyce Coles, 25? November
33. Letter to Karl and Sheila Britton, 25 November
34. Letter to Joyce Coles, 26? November
35. Letter to Joyce Coles, 29 November
36. Letter to Joyce Coles, 1? December
37. Letter to Joyce Coles, 4 December
38. Comments on My Paper ‘The Use of an Object’
39. Letter to Karl Britton, 7? December
40. Letter to Joyce Coles, 8 December
41. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 9? December
42. Letter to Joyce Coles, 10? December
43. Letter to Joyce Coles, 14 December
44. Letter to Karl and Sheila Britton, 14 December
45. Foreword to Therapy in Child Gare by Barbara Dockar-Drysdale
46. Review: The Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence by C. I. Sandström
47. The Squiggle Game
48. Thinking and Symbol-Formation

VOLUME 9: 1969-1971
Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 9
Arne Jemsted
PART 1: 1969
1. Letter to Herbert Rosenbluth, 3 January
2. Letter to F. Robert Rodman, 10 January
3. Letter to an American Correspondent, 14 January
4. The Use of an Object in the Context of Moses and Monotheism
5. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 19 January
6. Letter to Anna Freud, 20 January
7. Letter to Michael P. Collinson, 10 March
8. Contribution to a Symposium on Envy and Jealousy
9. Some Principles of Child Analysis
10. Letter to Michael B. Conran, 8 May
11. Letter to Agnes Wilkinson, 9 June
12. Letter to William W. Sargant, 24 June
13. Letter to Child Care News, Behaviour Therapy, June
14. Physiotherapy and Human Relations
15. Development of the Theme of the Mother’s Unconscious as discovered in Psychoanalytic Practice
16. Freedom
17. The Threat to Freedom
18. Moon Landing
Moon Landing [The Pill and the Moon]
19. Letter to Helm Stierlin, 31 July
20. Review: Indications for Child Analysis and other Papers by Anna Freud
21. Additional Note on Psycho-Somatic Disorder
22. Letter to Robert Tod, 6 November
23. The Pill
24. Letter to Renata Gaddini and Her Family, 15 November
25. Berlin Walls
26. The Building Up of Trust
27. Preface to Dialogue with Sammy by S. Lebovici and J. MacDougall
28. The Mother-Infant Experience of Mutuality
29. Mother’s Madness Appearing in the Clinical Material as an Ego-Alien Factor
30. Answers to Comments on ‘The Split-Off Male and Female Elements’
31. Psychologists as a Group
32. Commentary on Play Therapy by Virginia Axline

PART 2: 1970
1. Letter to Dr Peter Giovacchini, 5 March
2. Letter to Dr Michel Fordham, 10 March
3. Child Psychiatry, Social Work and Alternative Care
4. A Personal Statement on Child Psychiatry
5. Contribution to the Final Number of Case Conference
6. The Place of the Monarchy
7. Letter to Renata Gaddini, 31 August
8. Cure
A cura
9. Residential Care as Therapy
10. Individuation
11. Living Creatively
12. Basis for Self in Body
13. Two Further Clinical Examples
14. Day Dreaming
15. Dependence in Child Care

PART 3: 1971
1. Letter to Prof John Davis, I January
2. Letter to Jeannine Kalmanovitch, 7 January
3. Letter to Jeannine Kalmanovitch, 19 January
4. Introduction to Playing and Reality
5. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena
6. Dreaming, Fantasying and Living: a Case-History Describing a Primary Dissociation
7. Creativity and its Origins
8. Interrelating Apart from Instinctual Drive and in Terms of Cross-Identifications
9. Contemporary Concepts of Adolescent Development and Their Implications for Higher Education
10. Tailpiece to Playing and Reality
11. Not Less Than Everything (Extracts), ca. 1968-1971
D.W.W.: A Reflection
12. Notes for the Vienna Congress (1971)

PART 4: Undated Work and Winnicott’s “Ideas” File
1. Ideas and Definitions
2. The Day-Dreamer
3. Notes for a Discussion on Technique in the Analysis of Psychotics
4. Knowing and Not Knowing. A Clinical Example
5. A point in Technique
6. Note on Infant Observation
7. Found Objects and Waifs
8. Notes on Play
9. Cleopatra Anamnesis Imphiccough
10. The Niffle
11. A Note on the Mother-Foetus Relationship
12. Outline for Study in the Sociology of Knowledge
13. Ditty on Enoch Powell

Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 10
Marco Armellini
Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry (1971)

1. ‘Iiro’ aet 9 Years 9 Months
2. ‘Robin’ aet 5 Years
3. ‘Eliza’ aet 7 ½ Years
4. ‘Bob’ aet 6 Years
5. ‘Robert’ aet 9 Years
6. ‘Rosemary’ aet 10 Years
7. ‘Alfred’ aet 10 Years

8. ‘Charles’ aet 9 Years
9. ‘Ashton’ aet 12 Years
10. ‘Albert’ aet Years 9 Months
11. ‘Hesta’ aet 16 Years
12. ‘Milton’ aet 8 Years

13. ‘Ada’ aet 8 Years
14. ‘Cecil’ aet 21 Months at First Consultation
15. ‘Mark’ aet 12 years
16. ‘Peter’ aet 13 years
17. ‘Ruth’ aet 8 years
18. ‘Mrs X’ aet 30 years
19. ‘Lily’ aet 5 years
20. ‘Jason’ aet 8 years 9 months
21. ‘George’ aet 13 years

Editors’ Note
Introduction to Volume 11
Steven Groarke

PART 1 Human Nature
Editorial note

1. The Psyche-soma and the Mind
Somatic Health
Psyche Health
Intellect and Health

2. Ill-Health
Somatic Ill-Health
Psyche Ill-Health
3. Inter-Relationship of Body Disease and Psychological Disorder
The Effect of the Body and Its Heath on the Psyche
Congenital Disorder
Deficiencies of Intake
Elimination Defects
A Category for the Not-Yet-Knowm
The Effect of the Psyche on the Body and Its Functioning

4. The Psycho-Somatic Field

1. Interpessoal Relationships
First Part of the Statement
The Family
Love Relationships
2. The Concept of Health Using Instinct Theory
Imaginative Elaboration of Function
The Psyche
The Soul
Excited and Quiet States
The Oedipus Complex
Infantile Sexuality
Reality and Fantasy
The Unconscious
Chart Showing Psychology of the Small Boy in Terms of Instinct Theory
Defences Against Anxiety – Castration Threat
Breakdown of Defences


Introduction: Emotional Development Characteristic of Infancy
1. The Depressive Position
Concern, Guilt and Inner Personal Psychic Reality
The Depressive Position: Recapitulation
Repression Reconsidered
The Management of Bad Forces and Objects
Inner Richness and Complexity

2. Development of the Theme of the Inner World
Paranoid Way of Life
Depression and the ‘Depressive Position’
The Manic Defence
3. Various Types of Psycho-therapy Material
4. Hypochondriacal Anxiety


lntroduction: Primitive Emotional Development

1. Establishment of Relationship with External Reality
Excited and Quiet Relationships
The Value of Illusion and Transitional States
Failure in Initial Contact
Primary Creativity
The Mother’s importance
The Baby at Birth
The Philosophy of ‘Real’

2. Integration
3. Dwelling of Psyche in Body
Body Experience
Paranoia and Naiveté
4. The Earliest States
Diagram of the Environment-Individual Set-Up
Action of Gravity
5. A Primary State of Being: Pre-primitive Stages
6. Chaos
7. The Intellectual Function
8. Withdrawal and Regression
9. The Birth Experience
10. Environment
11. Psycho-somatic Disorder Reconsidered
Gastric Ulcer
Synopsis I
Synopsis II

PART 2 The Piggle: An Account of the Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Little Girl

Edited by Ishak Ramzy
Preface Clare Winnicott and R. D. Shepherd
Editor’s Foreword Ishak Ramzy
Introduction D. W. Winnicott
1. The Patient
2. First Consultation
3. Second Consultation
4. Third Consultation
5. Fourth Consultation
6. Fifth Consultation
7. Sixth Consultation
8. Seventh Consultation
9. Eighth Consultation
11. Tenth Consultation
12. Eleventh Consultation
13. Twelfth Consultation
14. Thirteenth Consultation
15. Fourteenth Consultation
16. Fifteenth Consultation
17. Sixteenth Consultation
Afterword: By the Parents of the Piggle


Note on the Compilation, Structure, and Contents of the Collected Works
Introduction to Volume 12: Appendices and Bibliographies
Robert Adès


1. Chronological Bibliography of Works by D. W. Winnicott
2. Alphabetical Bibliography of Works by D. W. Winnicott
3. Complete Back Catalogue of the Published Books of D. W. Winnicott
4. Winnicott’s Plans of Books
5. Reference Lists from Books in Winnicott’s Back Catalogue:
a. Collected Papers: Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis (1958)
b. Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis (1986)
c. The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment (1965)
d. Playing and Reality (1971)


1. Chronological Bibliography of Letters by D. W. Winnicott
2. Alphabetical Bibliography of Letters by D. W. Winnicott
3. Short Biographies of Winnicott’s Correspondents

1. Winnicott’s Lectures
2. Winnicott’s Broadcasts
3. Index of Available Audio Recordings

Introduction to Winnicott’s Broadcasts
Anne Karpf
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Children
Further Audio Material
4. Original Broadcast Scripts
a. The New Baby: Looking Forward to Baby’s Arrival (1945)
b. The New baby: Getting to Know Your Baby (1945)
c. Problems of Management: Training Babies (1949)
d. The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby: My Fan Mail (1952)

1. Works Published for the First Time
2. Letters Published for the First Time
3. Works First Published in a Winnicott Edition
4. Remarks on Some Chapter Revised for the Collected Works

1. Selected Drawings
2. Selected Signatures
D. W. W.: A Reflection
Clare Winnicott
Reference List of the Collected Works
Complete Index of the Collected Works