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A haunting and poignant study of mother-daughter relationships, about the controversial psychoanalyst Melanie Klein .
In 1934 the son of Melanie Klein, Britain's most admired psychoanalyst, was reported killed in a climbing accident. There were no witnesses. Nicholas Wright's play shows the effect of this shattering and unexpected death on Mrs Klein, on her daughter and on her new assistant Paula, a young refugee from Hitler's Berlin.
Melanie Klein had herself come to Britain from Berlin with a controversial mission to extend psychoanalysis to infants. But her analysis of her own children has damaged her relationship with them almost beyond repair, and the news of her son's death provokes a bitter confrontation with her daughter.
Mrs Klein premiered at the Cottesloe, National Theatre, London, in August 1988.
'so literate, intelligent, amusing and, finally, moving' Telegraph
'intense... exerts an increasingly powerful grip' Guardian
'brilliant... coruscating dialogue and knowing humour' The Stage