69 Portland Court, London
Dear Professor Freud,
Today I received your letter dated 19, and I see that my letter had to be delayed or lost. I wrote six pages full on 13, and have pos-tions at midday, the 14. Perhaps you have finally received.
I sincerely congratulate you on the birth of your first grandchild, and I'm sure you are proud of.
Your comments on Loe interested me (I dare say it is easier to understand why I loved that why I also hated), but I am anxious to know if the urological examination took place, and what are the results.
My own illness, I did you a description in the lost letter(1)(it was not enough interest for me to repeat), now belongs to the past, and I'm back to work hard.
I will report on the book Prince the’ Unconscious (that, of course, has nothing to do with the true unconscious(2), Eder and ask about the Tuckey (3). Constance had written Long before its contribution to meet Jung, and all that it can have value, it owes to Eder and Bryan, who gave the examples, etc. How do you interpret your Verschreiben in this regard (Perhaps he has been written before [you] she has not heard the gospel of Jung (4) ?
Before this letter, you have received my answer to Abraham, unless it is also not lost (it was the same date as the other letter). I'd wait for the release of Yearbook. Y has he a chance it is advanced?
Let me know, please, if my letter does not arrive, because in this case I will repeat some of its contents (what is happening in London, etc.).
1. Actually, she had not lost.
2. See letter 7, note 10.
3. For the record Eder, see Magazine, 2, 1914, p. 178-179.
4. Lined in the original.