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30-11-1914 Ferenczi to Freud

520 Iron

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Potato, the 30 November 1914

Dear Professor,

The only disruption in our relationships - not quite negligible - due to the analysis begun manifests itself in this that I find difficult to match the tone for our. I oscillate between an ordinary letter and confession analytical writing, until resistance is expressed in this oscillation prevails, and the letter is not written at all.

You to share was a way to escape this difficulty. But you will understand and forgive you if, in my letters, self-centeredness of the neurotic lasts a long time.

I must tell you immediately experience this order, quite subjective, and yet in relation to world events. A lieutenant of hussars came today and told that Miskolcz military hospitals there had been evacuated. Nothing that the war has so far not terrible product gave me a strong impression that a new danger threatening the city of my fathers (more precisely : threatening, car this danger-in the meantime there seems to have been removed). You can imagine how this striking proof of my childhood attachment to the homeland surprised me. The rest, you again demonstrating your theory, namely that in fact, there is no love of country [Patriotism], but only a love of the city father ("Paternal love of the city") [Hometown love], There arise opportunities socio- interesting psychological on intimate relationship between narcissism and local patriotism on the one hand, between object-love and internationalism on the other. Being born and being raised in a small town has an inhibitory effect - it seems - on the development, in the sense of fixing the patriotism narcissistic.

The work I undertook (the translation of the Theory of Sexuality)1 advances only slowly. Disturbances of all kinds. Sometimes the hostess (Madame la Comtesse Eszterhazy, née Andrassy 2) arrived here in the meantime, comes and invites me to chat with her, sometimes I'm called to the barracks as a medical advisor for the commander polypragmatique * recently installed. More, obviously, I gladly let me disturb and do not rush back to my table.

I must admit that the news of your hard work did not only brought joy, but also a bit of shame to my lifestyle. It was not until the last few days (probably under the influence of the change in command) I think more often untenable character of this. Prospects for change are still very uncertain.

The latest theory sexual surprised me for a very small proportion, since most of the changes were already in preparation ; I pushed myself through the drawing up of certain details (and the reciprocal influence of erogenous zones and their relation to the sublimation)3, in a formulation less successful. In any of your works of scientific accuracy and objectivity dispassionate not expressed as clearly as in the theory of sexuality. We feel that every word is weighed more accurate ; it is the backbone of the entire edifice of psychoanalysis. The translation gives me great pleasure ; in this way, it 'owns' the work, so to speak.

Great discoveries you speak the more acute my eagerness to get to Vienna. However, it is impossible to know when I can leave, because we expect a visit from a general. Est-il Qu'en your project to come here some day ? One way or another : I want to read soon the great clinical history and hear about the great discoveries. Although my productivity has dried (definitely not, I hope), my understanding of the creations of others is not yet lost, at least not for now. - The railway between Vienna and Dad is very convenient - the outward and return. Please be advised that all trains contained in the indicator do not move between Györ and Dad, I'll tell you exactly which soon.

I end this letter, because I'm at all times threatened to skid on the analytically.

Just this again : the idea of ​​a link between the announcement of the death 4 and Jung's prophecy actually comes from Mrs. G., but I have not rejected. The other idea (la guerre, etc.), I had also, also. (Clearly a piece of this vision ** qu'a the son for the death of father !) My "occult" is clearly separated from the rest of knowledge and do not in any way interfere ; it is free of any mysticism.

Sincerely !

Ferenczi

Should I publish the dream of columns salt and analytical interpretation of Lot's wife turned into a pillar of salt ? I interpret your silence about this as a sign that you did not like ; or is it that I'm wrong ?


* We retain the term coined by Ferenczi, which could have the meaning of "versatile".

** In French in the text.

  1. T see. The, 284 Iron and notes 8.
  2. Ilona Andrassy (1886-1967), Pal wife Eszterhazy (see 549 Iron and notes 1).
  3. See Freud 1905d : Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality, on. cit. It is about the sublimation p. 70-71 and p. 178. However, Freud took over two passages from the first edition without changing.
  4. Emanuel, half-brother of Freud.

29-11-1914 Jones to Freud

207

[Postcard (1)]

29 November 1914

69 Portland Court London

Dear Professor,

Hopefully you have received my letter. I suggest, the question of the [Uber (2)] «History» – Translation to leave Brill, he will know prefer-ably, as it is in America. (Journal u. Review, etc.) I would love to hear, Rank or whether Sachs […(3)] must engage.

Here all is well. No news.

With kindest regards to all friends,

Your faithful

Jones (4).


1. Addressed to "Van Emden, The Hague », and redirected to "Berggasse 19, Vienna ». It reads : "Dear Professor,

I hope you received my letter. I suggest you leave the question of the Brill translation of the «History» ; it is best placed to know what it is in America, {Journal and Review, etc.). I want to know if Rank and Sachs must be mobilized.

All is well here. Nothing new.

My warmest greetings to all friends,

Your faithful

Jones. »

2. Lined in the original.

3. Several illegible letters scratched.

4. On the map, Van Emden added this note : "Magazines for Jones I have not received from you. Many warm greetings from your devoted J. in. Emden. » (Have not received your magazines for Jones. With my sincere friendships, respectfully to you, J. in. Emden.)

25-11-1914 Freud to Ferenczi

519 F

Prof.. Dr Freud

the 25 November 1914 Vienna, IX. Berggasse 19

Cher Ami,

Your photo starry, that just happened, precipitates the answer I owe you. First I want to blame you for thinking something as foolish as predicting Jung, on one occasion as inappropriate. You are much more deeply immersed in the occult that we think. If so, do you think that he is the war itself that the oracle was alluding ? If it continues and it kills me, in one way or another, but propre superstition, you know, on the figures, will still won the (1).

I have also sent the last corrections of the sexual theory which you learned some new insights 2. Since we parted, I was very active. In addition to the clinical history, strong in its one hundred and twelve sheets, something else is on the way, which do not yet speak. It still works when everything else was so completely rested his head. I will tell you only, on che-mins long routes, I finally found the solution to the riddle of time and space, and the mechanism for so long sought unbinding Since then the anguish, it is true, there is a certain laziness.

Rank most likely to escape review board and will then do its work on the epic ψα 4. Jones today sent a long letter via Emden, in which he brings in a lot of personal things and judge the outcome of the war with the narrowness of the English ; He also mentions, projects include work, the translation of your writing 5.

From Brill, there was a letter on his personal difficulties. It really behaves like the real dog in the manger * 6, he can do all the translations himself and does not delegate to anyone.

Mrs. Lou Salome mentioned today in a very intelligent writing7.

I hope to learn at the same time your promotion and your transfer, I cordially greet you and,

your Freud

* In French in the text.

  1. Freud's concern regarding the date of his death. "The date it was first settled the age of forty-one and forty-two years, and subsequently, with more intensity, fifty-one years. In 1899, this is the age of sixty-one and sixty-two years began to worry, and 1936 it was the age of eighty-one years and a half. " (Max Schur, Death in Freud's life, trad. Brigitte Bost, Paris, Gallimard, 1975, p. 199. See also Letter from Freud to Jung's 16 April 1909, Freud. / Jung, correspondence, The, Paris, Gallimard, 1975, p. 295-297.)
  2. The third edition contained essentially, over previous, three new parts : one of the infantile sexual curiosity (Freud, 1905d, p. 123-125), another on the developmental stages of the sexual organization, including by the establishment of an organization oral (on. cit., p. 127-132), a third of the libido theory, based primarily on Freud's article (1914c) dealing with narcissism (on. cit., p. 157-160). There are also the following enhancements : Freud's comments on the etiology of homosexuality (1905d, 2and aligns the note en bas de page, p. 50sq) and fetishism (footnote on page, p. 63) ; notes on the secondary nature of masochism (p. 69 sq.) ; the definition of impulse "as psychic representation of a source of stimulation endosomatic" (p. 83) ; the distinction between sublimation and reaction formation (footnote on page, p. 101) ; discussion of the general characteristics of the problem to recognize the signs of sexual child (p. 104) ; available constitutionally reinforced as essential a manifestation child sexual. It appears by propping one of the vital functions of the body (p. 106) ; equation "stools gift-child" (p. 112) ; discussion of the concepts of "masculine" and "feminine" (p. 161) ; discussion between anaclitic object choice and narcissistic object choice (p. 165-166) ; establishment of an "eco-logical series" (which later became "complementary series") about the relative effectiveness of constitutional factors and accidental factors (p. 191-192).
  3. Both issues have been previously addressed by Freud (the time and the space 1901a [The dream and its interpretation, trad. Helen Legros, Paris, Gallimard, coll. "Ideas", 1969, p. 64], that the unbinding of anxiety in 1895f ["A Critique of the anxiety neurosis"]) but in later times only (1920g) "Beyond the Pleasure Principle" (trad. S. Jankélévitch, Tests psychoanalysis, Paris, Payot, No PBP 15, p. 7-81 ; reference p. 34-35) and in (1926d) Inhibition, Symptoms and Anxiety (trad. Michel Tort, Paris, PUF, 1968). Jones thinks (Jones, II, p- 186) the problem of time and space refers to the design : "The first of these concepts [time] relates to the topography of the psyche, particularly those of the unconscious mind, while the second [space] is not in the unconscious, but remains confined to the deeper layers of the psyche aware. "Around the same time, Freud characterized the systems conscious (Cs) and unconscious (Ics) as follows : "All investments are something System Ics, the system Cs is the linking of these unconscious representations with representations of words that make possible the access to consciousness. » (Freud to Abraham, 21 XII 1914, Cor-respondence, on. cit., p. 210.)
  4. Otto Rank : « Homer, Psychological contributions to the history of the folk epic, I » (Contributions psychological history of the genesis of the popular epic), Image, 1917, 5, p. 133-169 ; "Psychological contributions to the history of the folk epic, II », ibid., p. 372-393. Rank wanted to present this work to the aggregation (Freud to Abraham, letter 11 XII 1914, Correspondence, on. cit., p. 208-209).
  5. Letter from Jones to Freud, of 15 XI 1914 : «[…] obviously, Germany can not be truly overcome or defeat " (Correspondence, p. 197, English.) Translation of articles by Ferenczi Jones appeared under the title of Contributions to Psychoanalysis (Ferenczi, 1916 [186]) in R. G. Badger (Boston). New edition : First Contributions to Psychoanalysis, New York, Brunner-Mazel, 1980.
  6. Reference to a piece of Lope de Vega, The Gardener's Dog, where the dog jealously guards his bone without being able to derive any benefit from his possession. The translation rights for English and American works of Freud were a source of constant conflict between Brill and Jones (see eg Jones, II, p. 47-48).
  7. Letter 19 XI 1914 (Freud/Andreas-Salomé, Correspondence, Paris, Gallimard, 1970, p. 28-29).

25-11-1914 Freud to Lou

Vienna, IX, Berggasse 19

25. XI. 14

Dear Madam,

As a letter between Vienna and Göttingen is currently six days, I think I can respond immediately without seeming intrusive. The offprint desired travel without going through censorship and had already happen to you.

What you write gives me the courage to add my voice to yours. I have no doubt that humanity will return also this war, but I do know that I and my contemporaries no longer see the world as a happy day. It is too ugly ; the sad part about it, is that it is exactly as we should have been representing the men and their behavior according to the expectations aroused by the ψα. It is because of this attitude towards men that I've never been able to attune your blissful optimism. I had found the secret of my soul since we saw the highest culture of our time so horribly tainted with hypocrisy, is organically, we were not made for this crop. It only remains for us to withdraw and the great unknown destiny that hides resume cultural experiences of the same kind with a new breed.

I know that science is dead in appearance, but humanity seems really dead. It is a consolation to think that our German people is he who is best in the circumstances involved ; Perhaps because he is confident of victory. The dealer before bankruptcy is always deceitful.

In mercredis, which you removed a lot of value by stating that other time, you would have participated, no longer take place twice a month. They take place peacefully and in a somewhat superficial. Many are busy with their duties, some are missing altogether. I secretly working on things 33 very large and possibly rich content * ; lethargy after about two months, I have the freedom to make my interest and I feel very strongly that my head has taken advantage of the rest.

Two of my son34 are in the army, both still training period in provincial towns.

I send you my affectionate remembrance and think with pleasure after the war, we need to meet again soon.

Yours Freud,

* “Extensive, perhaps content-rich matters.”

33. In a letter to Karl Abraham dated 21 December, Freud wrote at the end : "I could have finished a new theory of neurosis with chapters on the fate of impulses, repression and the unconscious, if I wanted to work had not succumbed to my bad mood. »

34. Martin Freud, Elder, Ernst Freud et, the youngest.

22-11-1914 Ferenczi to Freud

517 Iron

Potato, the 22 November 1914

Dear Professor,

My long silence must have been caused by resistance ; but I do not know what the update was.

The analytical point of view, My condition can now characterize the following : I feel quite comfortable in the military situation homosexual; something in me seems to perfectly accommodate. The reason, however, protested against this way of life and wasting time ; so, à Budapest, I switched everything possible to expedite my transfer. – Ailments night and dreams that accompany them betray something like this : if my dream job manages to reconcile, in one way or another, currents homosexual and heterosexual, then I sleep well and wake up refreshed and ready ; otherwise, my discomfort occur. - I would like to transcribe a dream Zeitschrift very interesting, otherwise, explains a biblical episode, that of the fall of Sodom and Gomorrah It follows from the analysis that Lot's wife was turned into a pillar of salt because she not only returned to see the cities in flames, but also because the salt symbolizes simultaneously perverse mode of sexual satisfaction in these cities (the cunnilingus, etc.). (Explanation, together, expression Hungarian : "Even an old goat willingly licks salt.")

I have a little more to do here in my duties, because I take my job seriously health. Whereby, I have already been proposed for promotion by Commander, so that I will soon give the title of "Chief of Staff".

Today, I get very expensive visitors to Budapest : Madame G. and sister (2) come see my home Dad.

Meantime, I was here incognito shamefully destroyed : young ladies did invite me to a conference on psychoanalysis. I hope that I can express my refusal, with my regrets, dating my letter of Budapest. – I must say, on the other hand, there are many obstacles to a mutation in the war.

Thank you for sending events. They are, so to speak, an exhortation not to forget the science. It is curious to see how many seem obvious, now, revolutionary ideas that they contain.

I got here session analysis. But the patient did not return after the first.

Already have detailed information about the death of your brother ? Madame G. and I have both thought, although we, the prophecy of Jung s. We hope that destiny will satisfy one accident in the family.

Sincerely your Ferenczi

1. Genesis, XIX, 1-26. There was no note found Ferenczi on this topic.

2. Sarolta Morando, born Altschul.

3. Allusion unthinned. But see 519 F and 520 F.

19-11-1914 Abraham to Freud

* Berlin W, Rankestrasse 24

19.11.14.

Dear Professor,

The proof that you sent me shows me that the mills of science have not completely stopped. Article (1), both in whole and in details, I was deeply convinced. In the interest of beginners, I would suggest that you develop some passage. Number in the closet 3, lines 7-12 recount an experience that has initiated on-field, but the neophyte regret that it is not supported on more details.

These technical tests every time I arrive in a timely; these days, the latter gave me good advice for a difficult treatment!

I average 3 at 4 sessions per day. In my experience, there are now more than one class of customers who enter (or rather, which can, for financial reasons, enter) processing : single men who have a legacy. This is true for all my current clients.

Zeitschrift and Imago arrived, as the Psychoanalytical Review (2) ; but I've read a small part.

I hope for both your son, went to the front, everything will continue to go for the best, here, morale is currently, and this is very positive, to hope. There are more than one topic on which I would like to extend; but writing, it is not possible. - With regard to revise your manuscript large, I would like to come to Vienna, but I do not know if, in the foreseeable future, I can go on a trip. Maybe between Christmas and New Year's Day.

At the hospital, 5o my patients give me strong to; work and success that accompany satisfy me much by themselves. - In our, all is well. To you and all yours, well my cordial greetings, as well as those of my wife.

Votre Karl Abraham.


(1) S. Freud : "New guidance for psychoanalytic technique : Observations on transference love ", 1915, trad. fr. In psychoanalytic technique in, P.U.F

(2) American Quarterly Review of Psychoanalysis.

19-11-1914 Lou to Freud

Göttingen,

19 November 1914

Dear Professor, What a pleasure to receive you today a sign of life. Recently, I asked the Dr Abraham where your son was on the front and also learned that the Dr Ferenczi was there.

Yes, Obviously these "big brothers"! As they are all, they have become real devils. (But due to the fact that states are not psychoanalyze !)

Each day, it rises to face the same problem : conceive the inconceivable ; it makes its way through this terribly painful time as if through a thorn bush. I do not know the fate personnel, far no, which would have made me bleed more. And I do not really after it, we can never become happy.

When you had written to me for the last time this summer, the struggles we thought were of another kind. But is it not, Wednesday evenings are held as usual ? (Even if much missing.) Without these special circumstances, I would certainly have taken part this winter.

I would send you out a test On Narcissism32 ? Above by entering a word souvenir ?

With my best wishes for you and your entire household.

Your Lou Andreas.

32. This work, "The introduction of narcissism" (1914), is the one most deeply occupied Lou A. S. and made unshakable confidence in Freud. Dedication of Freud on the offprint : "With loving memories of the solitary author. 25. XI. 1914. »

15-11-1914 Jones to Freud

15 November 1914

69 Portland Court, London

Dear Professor,

Martin, I believe, leaves for Russia 28 November. He sent me a card pos-tal you, as V. Emden, and I received the letter of your friend archaeologist1. Received today Jekels, via In. Emden, his article on Napoleon2, that interest me at the highest point ; would you be kind enough to thank, because I did not address, I would be greatly obliged if you could send me magazines, whose Yearbook, via In. Emden ; Dr Bishop3 will visit him and go look for them during his next visit to The Hague. Loe and I also share all the letters, etc., we get, so as to have the latest news to you and your family. We especially look forward to hearing your son's fate, and know what happens Rank and Sachs.

I would give much to have an hour with you, I fear that we should postpone until summer 1916, perhaps, and I do not know about how to start a letter. I sincerely hope that you can distract some attention from the war, and focus on more productive tasks, ensure that the writings that come out of your increased leisure compensate, to a certain extent, other things (what Ferenczi called nachkriechende lust (4)). What the article on hysteria for Manual5? The same, What are you writing for Image ? I wrote to Payne to offer him a hand in the translation of the historical essay, if it agrees with Brill. You say it appears in the journal of Prince, pen-but I know it was in the Review of Jelliffe6. Janet has republished the statement of Congress Transactions in own Journal of Psychology and review of Prince7. It did not make any correction to its exposed fault, and I drafted a response that should appear in the December of Journal of Abnormal Psychology (8). As you can imagine, it is liberal, and calculated to affect his reputation in America.

We had only one meeting of our company since July, Here are fifteen. It was stormy. Constance Long read a text stupid Jung, announcing discoveries of its kind : a car in a dream symbolizes enthusiasm ; and when I criticized this communication, Eder and his wife behaved with the greatest obstinacy. I wished that there was more meetings until the end of the war, or at least one year (in the hope that theologians gradually take their distance and eventually withdraw), but after a lively discussion it was decided that the next meeting will take place in late January ; I present a paper on the views of Jung. The opinion they defend is that the method is a variant of Jung, and self changes, PS-A, and the difference between his views and ours is not great as to exclude any collaboration, My opinion to the contrary from the stubbornness and dogmatism9. Unfortunately, there's nobody on my side, hormis Bryan, who does not know much, most members being passive spectators rather. But you can be sure I will do my best to defend our colors.

I get occasional German newspapers, and I knew and what our press says about poverty and cholera in Vienna in Galicia was greatly exaggerated. In return, I ask you to believe that the Bank of England has not been destroyed by bombs, to l’ Egypt and India have not revolted, our coasts and have not been bombed by the German fleet ! There is no animosity here against Austria, the idea being that it has been exploited by Germany. A distinction is made between smart Prussia and the rest, and resentment is great against his brutal arrogance and disregard for conventions of The Hague. There are many "sekundäre Bearbeitung" in the matter, and the low value of German science was discovered by the war, the same way that some people we could mention renounced their belief in infantile sexuality as pretexts for irrelevant. Personally, I find it very difficult to see the lack of objectivity even scientists have demonstrated both on other issues causes, the mobile and the conduct of war. Wundt et Eucken, could imagine, Ostwald more10 ! It seems to me that here, as elsewhere, the only ones who have a real opportunity to show their superiority in this respect are psychoanalysts. I hope we can learn something of the psychology of nationalism and patriotism, As the time is ripe to consider a matter of such importance, and I am sure that you spend much of your attention. So it seems to me, I think I can keep a pretty good balance between the arguments of both sides, and the only real reason [for which I11] I can give my desire that our side wins, is that, generally, the average Englishman me closer and friendlier than the average German, especially the Prussian way. It is hard to see how vital principle is at stake in the conflict, which is in fact quite childish : it is to see who is the strongest, and we can not agree on this point without resorting to showdown. Beyond a great pugnacity abreaction, I do not think much will come out of the war, because obviously Germany can not win, any more than it really can not be overwritten, and even though the Bosnia, Galicia and Alsace are swapped, the matter is not of great importance. But it is as if Germany were to keep a lasting hatred of England, This is unfortunate but seemingly inevitable.

I would love to have some insight into your personal attitude towards the war, and how far you are concerned. The fact that your son is involved are of course likely to make a big difference.

On a personal level, little nine. Customer continues to in-crease, but I find the time to do something else. I finished my book on the treatment and I am now tackling the translation of articles Ferenczi12. After that, Napoleon is perhaps, the atmosphere is conducive to such subjects, then the big book lay on the Ps-A13. I see quite often Loe. It has physical trouble now, but she is happy and, generally, elle va bien ; his new home will be ready around January. My health was poor (toxic neuritis and arthritis), but I hope to remedy next month by surgery to remove the septum, nasal turbinates, and an exploration of the cave - which mean two weeks of hospitalization. I am delighted to learn that our circle has decided not to consider me an enemy, and see that they were able to correct the tendency to irrational unconscious Verdichtung that would allow them to do otherwise. For my part, I did not me no difficulty to separate the personal friendship of the national rivalry.

This letter does not contain any military secret, I hope it arrives safely, and it is with great anticipation that I await your next letter. Be good enough to convey my warm greetings to the Committee and yours, while keeping you the warmest.

You faithfully Jones.

  1. For a more detailed evocation of this first period of the war, see Jones (1955 a, p. 173-174; 1955 b, p. 194-195).
  2. Jekels (1914).
  3. Perhaps Francis R. B. Bite Hopp, M.D. 1892, London.
  4. In his notes and fragments 2 November 1932, Ferenczi uses the term Nachkriechen of lust (fun crawling back pain) ; see Ferenczi (1932, p. 277 ; 1955, p. 265).
  5. See letter 200, note 7.
  6. Jones evokes longer episode Brill (1916 b) in the letter 208.
  7. Janet (1914).
  8. Jones (1915 b) ; but see also Freud (1916 and).
  9. Jones wrote dogmaticness, instead of dogmatism, then removed cness to add sm.
  10. Throughout the month of October 1914, scholars and scientists on both sides had made statements on the legitimacy of their respective causes. The manifesto of German professors, published in the Frankfurter Zeitung of 4 October 1914, was signed by 93 members of the German intellectual elite, dont Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920), professor of physiology at Leipzig and founder of experimental psychology; Rudolf Christoph Eucken (1846-1926), professor of philosophy at Jena, idealistic, pricing Nobel de littérature (1908) ; et Wilhelm Ostwald (1853-1932), Professor of Chemistry at Leipzig, and Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1909). Voir Klaus Schwabe, Science and morale : The German professor and the main political issues of the First World War, Göttingen, Pattern Schmidt, 1969, p. 22 ; ainsi que Hermann Kellermann, The War of the Ghosts : A selection of German and foreign voices to world wars 1914, Weimar, Home & World, 1915, p. 64-69.

The British response, Reply to German Professors : Reasoned Statement by British Scholars, appeared in the Times of 21 October 1914, p. 10. Jones has also probably noticed the personal positions of various scientists. The 5 October 1914, for example, the Times Publia en page 9 a short letter Eucken, addressed in America, where it stated that, "Never, in the history, Germany had been so united and so great… Everything grows to take up arms. The bitterness is stronger against England. She will forever be regarded as our worst enemy, and that is the end of our time together intellectual incalculable ". The same, the 31 October 1914, in p. 7, the Times reported visit to Stockholm Pr Ostwald, came as a delegate to a new association for the promotion of the League "Kultur" German. In 1910, the same Ostwald Freud had asked for an article Annals of Natural Philosophy, but the case remained there. See McGuire (1974, p. 315, 322) Jones and (1955a p. 78 ; 1955 b, p. 86-87).

11. Lined in the original.

12. Jones (1920 b, 1916 b).

13. None of this work was completed.

14-11-1914 Freud to Eitingon

71 F

Vienna, the 14 November 1914a

Dear Doctor

I am happy to hear from you. Not much to say about us, two son in the army, one may be a little sick, à Salzbourg et Klagenfurt1. Practice almost completely interrupted, I write a lot2. I was twelve days in Berlin and Hamburg; very pleasing. Our members all busy doctors. Landau3 et Winterstein4 on the front,

Rank3, Sachs6, Reik(7) expect the review board, Ferenczi8 is 7and ment regimes Honved Hussars in Pápa. – "The History of the Psychoanalytic Movementb "Published, I have to look if there is a copy. Sincerely. Give me more news, please

Freud

  1. Military Postcard.
  2. Freud wrote uppercase Greek PsA [= Normally : psychoanalysis].
  3. In Salzburg was Martin Freud, à Klagenfurt Ernst (who was "a bit sick") that, after suspension of its adjournment, argued its "right to voluntary" (Freud à Abr., 18 October).
  4. That day, he had completed the history of the "Wolf Man" (Freud 1918b) (F/Fer II/1, p. 79).
  5. Karl Landauer (1887-1945), psychiatrist and neurologist, member of the VPA 1913, passes 1925 to the PDB (Corr.). From 1919 in Frankfurt am Main, in 1929 founder of the Frankfurt Psychoanalytic Institute. Émigré one Hollande one 1933, death in the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen (BL/W; H.-J. Rothe 1987).
  6. Alfred von Winterstein (1885-1958), Doctor of Letters, member of the VPA 1910 (BL/W).
  7. Otto Rank (1884-1939), from 1906 paid secretary of the Company on Wednesday Vienna (APV), 1912 Doctor of Letters, from 1912, co-editor of Imago, from 1913, executive editor of the Zeitschrift. Postwar, firm psychoanalysis (see 194 F 8), 1919, Director of Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1922, Vice President of the VPA. 1926, emigration in France and the United States (Lieberman 1985, Peters 1992, p. 233-247; BL/W). On how he turned away from the Freudian school from 1924, cf. 302 F sqq. and notes; Leitner also (1998) Introduc-tion and, p. 20-21.
  8. Hanns Sachs (1881-1947), lawyer, member of the VPA 1910, from 1912 codirec-tor Imago. 1919, practice of psychoanalysis, 1920, move to Berlin as an analyst didactics of APV / SAP (see 176 And 3). 1932, emigration to the United States (BL/W).
  9. Theodor Reik (1888-1969), 1911, member of the VPA, 1912 Doctor of Letters, provisionally in Berlin from February 1914. Its activity lay analyst sparked public controversy in the mid- 1920 Vienna (see 390 E and notes). 1928- 1932, à Berlin, 1933, Emigration one Hollande, 1938, United States (BL/W; Peters 1992, p. 203-214; Schröter 1996).
  10. Sandor Ferenczi (1873-1933), neurologist in Budapest, from 1908 in conjunction with Freud, founder and director until his death in Hungarian Psychoanalytic Association. 1918-1919, President API. Distanced himself with Freud during his last years (676 F and other). See F / Fer with introductions.