"Part of what drew so much fire in Bowlby's direction, however, was his clarity. Sullivan was a tortured, blocked writer. Fairbairn was often tedious and difficult. Winnicott was poetic and elusive.
Loewald was extremely subtle and often obscure. Bowlby wrote with lucidity and power."
Stephen A. Mitchell
“He thought ’twas witchcraft–but I am much to blame;”