Sadism and Masochism: The Psychology of Hatred and Cruelty - Vol. 2

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NOTES TO VOLUME TWO
CHAPTER XI
1. "The spirits which I summoned, I'll never be rid of them."
2. Cf. the splendid romance Vice-versa by Angston, in which a son transforms himself into the father.
3. Used as the dramatic nucleus of the entire action in the well-known novel by Claude Tillier (Mon oncle Benjamin) [My Uncle Benjamin. Translated by A. S. Seltzer ].
4. In fact a very frequent means of precipitating an attack.
5. A suicide cleverly staged by the "Id."
6. In the first edition of Nervöse Angstzustände und ihre Behandlung [Conditions of Nervous Anxiety and Their States. Translated by Rosalie Gabler . London, 1923 ] 1908, I defined anxiety as the reaction of the life instinct to the advance of the death instinct ( 1908!).
CHAPTER XII
1. This contract seemed to me so unusual that I questioned the patient's wife about it. She confirmed what her husband had said. She had entered into it out of love to him.
2. The following names were mentioned of girls with whom he had had sexual relations (usually two or three at the same time) and who were merely those of whom he spoke in the analysis: Marie I., Ilona, Helene, Irma, Frieda, Sophie, Jenny, Anny, Grete I, Grete II, Trud, Nelly, Marie II, Dolly.
3. An expression of the patient: "I am in raptures over a female vagina when it smells like old dried cod."
4. Dr. Stekel called attention in his lecture to the danger that hovers about an analyst in consequence of the patient's attitude of hatred. This attitude of hate is the result of a "rejected love" and leads sometimes to widespun plans for revenge, which may at last issue in a murderous attack. The dissolving of such an attitude is of the utmost importance. These intentions must be brought to the patient's knowledge as soon as they are recognized. He has to be psychically disarmed, after which the danger is usually over. The murder of the otherwise so experienced analyst, Hug- Helmuth, has fully confirmed my teacher's statements.
CHAPTER XIII
1. Jesus Christ said, when his mother made a suggestion to him: "What have I to do with thee?" -- A similar scene in Meyerbeer Prophet.
2. Cf. my article "Der Wille zum Schlaf", J. F. Bergmann, 1915. [ "The Will to Sleep," Dr. Stekel's Essays. The Critic and Guide Co. ]
3. Cf. Vol. VII, the portrayal of such cases.
4. The desire for sexual love cannot be more clearly expressed. That is the way parapathics conceive the treatment.
5. This is very characteristic! Those closely related are usually hidden behind these unknown and unseen faces, behind masks, disguises, etc. These

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