Friday night Anton “Tony” Kris came to town to talk about psychoanalysis. Dr. Kris is an interesting person for a number of reasons, not least of which is that his mother was Marilyn Monroe’s second analyst – who referred her to Ralph Greenson, her final, controversial analyst who became overly involved in Marilyn's life – and death. But Tony was here to talk about something else – the learning and unlearning that is necessarily a part of becoming a psychoanalyst.
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