Envy and gratitude and other works
Envy and Gratitude and Other Works by Melanie KleinTavistock Press was established as a co-operative venture between the Tavistock Institute and Routledge & Kegan Paul (RKP) in the 1950s to produce a series of major contributions across the social sciences. This volume is part of a 2001 reissue of a selection of those important works which have since gone out of print, or are difficult to locate. Published by Routledge, 112 volumes in total are being brought together under the name The International Behavioural and Social Sciences Library: Classics from the Tavistock Press. Reproduced here in facsimile, this volume was originally published in 1957 and is available individually. The collection is also available in a number of themed mini-sets of between 5 and 13 volumes, or as a complete collection.
ENVY AND GRATITUDE pt. 2. (audiobook) Melanie Klein
Kleinian envy and gratitude
Envy and gratitude is the last of Melanie Klein 's major contributions to psychoanalytic theory. She presented a paper, "A study of envy and gratitude," at the Geneva International Congress of Psycho-Analysis in This was later expanded into a short book for publication in From her first publications Melanie Klein reported that a major source of anxiety from the beginning of life is destructiveness. At first she was interested in aggression and the paranoid cycles of fear and violence as the origins of anxiety Klein, a.
Envy and Gratitude
Melanie Klein was born in Vienna, the fourth and youngest child of Jewish parents. Her childhood setting was a highly intellectual one, and, at the age of 14, she knew she wanted to study medicine. Her prospects came to an end when she married at an early age and became the mother of three children. Klein was a wife and mother when she entered psychoanalysis in Using insights that she gained from her psychoanalysis and applying them to disturbed children, she became the first major child psychologist. In she presented her first paper, "The Development of a Child," at a meeting of the Budapest Psychoanalytic Society.