Looking at Melanie Klein’s work some sixty years later, it is difficult to grasp the magnitude of the revolution she brought about in analytical thinking. Her discoveries of the early infantile object relationships and anxieties added a new dimension to psychoanalytical work. They brought to life the infant in us. The new perspective she brought to bear on infantile development not only gave rise to new work among those known as Kleinians, but also influenced deeply the whole approach to psychoanalytical work, I think, even among those who have hardly heard of her and those who oppose some of her findings.