In perhaps her most remarkable work, "The Cause of Children" (1985), Françoise Dolto first viewed the world entirely from the point of view of the child and their interest. The book traces the way of life of man, exposing Dolto's conception of how to communicate with children from birth to maturation. The author emphasizes, as always, on the immense, primary, indisputable, fundamental importance of language in the development and construction of the verbal human being. Of particular interest are the references to her own biography.
"The Cause of Children" is the most revolutionary of all the books by the great psychoanalyst, dreamer and visionary Françoise Dolto.