"Psychoanalysis starts but does not end with Freud". It is true to say that Freud was the father of psychoanalysis, but even so it did not make everybody else tolerant of his ideas. Freud was indeed the first great analyst, but many more have most certainly come after him. His theories were ground breaking, and he has almost always been given a mention by other theorists in their works. Here, I will be looking at the works of Freud, and alongside that, the works of Ernest Jones. The Final Year Project is a look at the psychoanalytic theory of female sexual development. It is a topic which has been continuously debated over the years, and one which has sparked off a huge response from people outside the psychoanalytic area. From feminist writings to modern day TV shows, the topic has attracted much attention. It is especially often that we hear Freud being spoken of in relation to sexuality. I have used this work to discuss the development of sexuality in children, particularly in the young girl. For this purpose I have chosen to concentrate on the works of both Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones, two theorists with somewhat different views on the matter. Freud and Jones were close companions from their first meeting, and usually Jones writings were of a Freudian nature. He popularised Freud's works and generally was accepting of the Freudian view. That was until the issue of female sexuality entered the equation.