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Bion"s Brazilian lectures
Wilfred R. Bion
|Statement||W.R. Bion ; edited by Jayme Salomāo.|
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Brazilian Lectures:Sao Paulo;Rio de Janeiro/Sao : Wilfred R. Bion. These lectures, delivered in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro during andreveal Bion in his most vital and challenging mode both in respect of the material he presents, and in his responses to the questions from his audience.
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Book Description Table of Contents Book Description These lectures, delivered in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro during andreveal Bion in his most vital and challenging mode both in respect of the material he presents, and in his responses to the questions from his audience. 4. O Filho Eterno by Cristovão Tezza.
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