14-06-1914 Freud to Abraham

* Vienna, IX, Berggasse 19


Cher ami,

After reading almost all of the new events Yearbook, I must express my thanks for the trouble you unparalleled are given in the interest of our cause. It will be an impressive demonstration of our little community, for which, in the coming time, the obituaries certainly will not miss.

Most of the reports are very good, some are excellent. I do not need to point out which. The homogeneity of viewpoints is particularly pleasant in all. Some may be, among the great, are too short; consistency is still lacking in the size of the subjects.

I ask you personally to make a little more carefully the passage relates to the question I posed in the analysis of Schreber, whether we should not change the concept of libido, it so that its terms do not appear to justify the misinterpretation of Jung. I asked only a dialectically, in order to, correctly interpreted as Ferenczi, give a negative response. All my objections merely that.

Now we naturally expect the effects of the "bomb", which has not yet been deposited. Deuticke promised to speed up. I can tell you, in my case, I feel again quite well. I often put the needs of the hour, I work 8 am to 9 pm.

Greetings and heartfelt thanks.

Your Freud.

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