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Waddell, M. (1984) The Long Weekend. Free Assns. Pilot Issue: 72-84.
Williams, Meg Harris (1985) The Tiger and O: A Reading of Bions Memoir and Autobiography, Free Assns. no. 1: 33-56.
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