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Freud, Sigmund
A POSTCARD FROM FREUD, THE FATHER OF PSYCHOANALYSIS, TO HIS COLLEAGUE AND FRIEND, MAX EITINGON
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Freud, Sigmund
A POSTCARD FROM FREUD, THE FATHER OF PSYCHOANALYSIS, TO HIS COLLEAGUE AND FRIEND, MAX EITINGON
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知名私人收藏親筆信及手稿 第二部分:音樂、美洲文物、英國及歐陸文學

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Freud, Sigmund
A POSTCARD FROM FREUD, THE FATHER OF PSYCHOANALYSIS, TO HIS COLLEAGUE AND FRIEND, MAX EITINGON
Autograph postcard signed ("Freud"), written recto and verso in German (card: 5 3/4 x 4 1/8 in.; 148 x 105 mm), dated 17 September 1934, printed in red with image of Bad Gastein, [state of] Salzburg (Austria); minor toning, corners a bit worn. 
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A warm note from Freud to Max Eitingon, a friend and colleague

"I have just received 'Idee Fixe'," Freud writes. "Realised how little I have heard from you recently. Yours cordially, Freud". 

Max Eitingon was a renowned psychoanalyst in his own right, and was instrumental in establishing the institutional parameters of psychoanalytic education and training. He was also co-founder of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Polyclinic, and served as its president from 1920 to 1933. He was a member of Freud’s secret Psychoanalytic committee. After Hitler’s take over of power, Eitingon moved to Palestine where he continued his work in psychiatry. He was a controversial figure, whose connections with the Soviet Union lead some to consider that he might have been an agent for Moscow, conducting assassinations in Europe and in Mexico.

知名私人收藏親筆信及手稿 第二部分:音樂、美洲文物、英國及歐陸文學

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