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The Meaning of Illness: Selected Psychoanalytic Writings, Including Correspondence with Freud. (Maresfield Library) by G. Groddeck



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It is through an investigation of Groddeck’s therapeutic attitude and the spirit of his work that psychoanalysis and medicine can build foundations of bold, innovative, and healing future  .

Library of Congress Call Number: RC509. Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 61. /917/08. Personal Name: Groddeck, Georg, 1866-1934. Publication, Distribution, et. London All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The meaning of illness ; selected psychoanalytic writings, by Georg Groddeck ; including his correspondence with Sigmund Freud ; selected and with an introd. by Lore Schacht ; translated by Gertrud Mander.

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Freud-Bleuler Correspondence. Archives of General Psychology XII (1965): 1-9. Amacher, Peter. New York: The Modern Library, Random House, 1938. Facts and Fancies in Psychoanalytical Treatment. New York Medical Journal XIV, no. 26 (June 28, 1919): 1117-1120. Selected Psychoanalytic Writings, including his correspondence with Sigmund Freud.

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The files of papers were stored away in the house at 20 Maresfield Gardens, which became the family's permanent home in the autumn of 1938, and where Freud died on 23 September 1939. There the letters rested, surviving another kind of holocaust-the air raids of the Second World War-and afterward, amidst the concerns of the Freud family with the immediacies of life and profession, were seemingly forgotten. In all of his later writings, including his autobiography, Jung never referred to his correspondence with Freud. The Library's Freud collection, which includes the materials donated by the Archives, comprises letters to and from Freud and his family, original manuscripts, official documents, photographs, and interviews with persons who had been in contact with Freud.