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r t is tand An alyst1 (1991)

It might be argued that the analyst-painter analogy is too thinly drawn to be usable because the analyst's efforts are directed by a continually evolving interchange with another human being, while the painter is presumably directed by his or her internal vision in a one-way

1. This chapter was first presented in an earlier version as part of a symposium on "Learning, Practicing, and Teaching Psychoanalysis" at the Spring Weekend Conference of the William Alanson White Psychoanalytic Society in April 1990, and was published in its present form in Contem­ porary Psychoanalysis, 1991, 27:289-300.