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

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO
CHAPTER XI A WOMAN IS BEING CARRIED

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Many varieties of the fantasy -- Fantasies of carrying a child or of being a riding animal -- Case 24: Fantasy of being bridled or of being a dog -- Memory of playing horse and dog with father -- Degradation of self to animal, bipolar contrast to exaltation of woman -- Statements by Rousseau and Musset -- Case 25: Anxiety and heart parapathy -- Heart trouble simulated at first in army, when in difficulty with superiors -- Recollection of father's financial complaints -- Of anal gratification on part of father -- Masturbatory pleasure in climbing pole -- Riding upon schoolmates -- Masturbation upon bag of flour -- Frightened at possible results of masturbation -- Well and successful in army -- But fear of dying away from home -- First palpitation in presence of woman in café -- In business, fear of illness when traveling away from home -- Fantasies of humiliating love services -- Takes sole care of mother in her illness -- Carries her -- Reversal of infantile relation -- Masochist toward woman -- Sadist toward father and brothers -- Reverses early child situation -- Death wishes toward others -- Masochism upon primary sadistic disposition -- Homosexual experiences recalled -- Refuge in mother from father's rejection of his love -- Father used to carry him on his neck -- Fantasy of being woman and submitting to a man becomes through reversal masochistic attitude toward woman -- Anxiety, fear of self and of homosexuality -- Guilty of separating brother from mother -- Greater sense of guilt because of sexual wishes toward dead sister -- Libido unmasks itself as punishment . . 1
CHAPTER XII A CASE OF COMPLICATED PARAPATHY WITH SADISTIC AND PARANOID OBSESSIONS (SUSPICION OF A BEGINNING SCHIZOPHRENIA)

BY DRD. MED. EMIL GUTHEIL

Case 26: Impulse to murder wife -- Wife unattractive -- Married to have regular sexual object -- Wife already pregnant -- Fantasies himself woman -- Would like to kill all women-Marriage

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