Melanie Klein

Standard Name: Klein, Melanie

Connections

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Intertextuality and Influence Amber Reeves
She introduces herself as a Socialist who has twice stood as a Labour candidate in parliamentary elections, and acknowledges a general debt to Freud as well as a particular debt to the work of Dr....
Textual Features Adrienne Rich
From 1972 to 1976, the period just before this text was published, AR read extensively through the fields of psychology, psychiatry, and psychoanalysis: authors studied include Freud , Jung , Melanie Klein , Karen Horney
Textual Production Julia Kristeva
JK issued in three successive volumes what she calls a triptych: Le génie féminin: La Vie, la folie, les mots: Hannah Arendt , Melanie Klein , Colette.
Kristeva, Julia. “Is There a Feminine Genius?”. Critical Inquiry, No. 3, pp. 493 -04.
493 and n1

Timeline

30 March 1882
Melanie Reizes (later Melanie Klein ) was born in Vienna.
1903
Melanie Reizes (later, as Melanie Klein, a leading figure in child psychoanalysis in Britain) married Arthur Klein and moved from Vienna to Budapest.
1919
Melanie Klein presented her first paper to the Budapest Psychoanalytic Association , entitled The Development of the Child; it impressed Association members so much that they elected her a member.
1921
Melanie Klein moved to Berlin at the request of Karl Abraham and joined the staff at the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute as a child analyst.
1925
Melanie Klein gave a series of lectures at the British Psychoanalytic Society at the invitation of Ernest Jones .
1926
Melanie Klein moved to London and began her work with the British Psychoanalytic Society .