Letters of Sigmund Freud

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Letters of Sigmund Freud
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Translators' Note v
  • Preface vii
  • 1873-1882 1
  • 1: To Emil Fluss 3
  • 2: To Wilhelm Knöpfmacher 6
  • 4: To Martha Bernays 7
  • 4: To Martha Bernays 7
  • 5: To Martha Bernays 13
  • 6: To Martha Bernays 15
  • 9: To Martha Bernays 24
  • 10: To Martha Bernays 25
  • 12: To Martha Bernays 28
  • 11: To Martha Bernays 28
  • 1883, 1884 35
  • 13: To Minna Bernays 37
  • 15: To Martha Bernays 41
  • 17: To Martha Bernays 44
  • 16: To Martha Bernays 44
  • 18: To Martha Bernays 50
  • 18: To Martha Bernays 50
  • 20: To Martha Bernays 55
  • 21: To Martha Bernays 56
  • 22: To Martha Bernays 58
  • 24: To Martha Bernays 66
  • 23: To Martha Bernays 66
  • 25: To Martha Bernays 69
  • 27: To Martha Bernays 70
  • 26: To Martha Bernays 70
  • 29: To Martha Bernays 77
  • 30: To Martha Bernays 81
  • 30: To Martha Bernays 81
  • 32: To Martha Bernays 86
  • 32: To Martha Bernays 86
  • 34: To Martha Bernays 91
  • 35: To Martha Bernays 92
  • 36: To Martha Bernays 94
  • 38: To Martha Bernays 98
  • 39: To Martha Bernays 99
  • 41: To Martha Bernays 101
  • 40: To Martha Bernays 101
  • 42: To Martha Bernays 105
  • 43: To Martha Bernays 107
  • 44: To Martha Bernays 109
  • 45: To Martha Bernays 112
  • 47: To Martha Bernays 114
  • 46: To Josef Breuer 114
  • 48: To Martha Bernays 117
  • 49: To Martha Bernays 119
  • 50: To Martha Bernays 121
  • 51: To Martha Bernays 123
  • 52: To Minna Bernays 124
  • 54: To Martha Bernays 125
  • 53: To Martha Bernays 125
  • 1885, 1886 129
  • 55: To Martha Bernays 131
  • 56: To Martha Bernays 132
  • 57: To Martha Bernays 134
  • 58: To Martha Bernays 135
  • 60: To Martha Bernays 137
  • 59: To Martha Bernays 137
  • 61: To Martha Bernays 140
  • 61: To Martha Bernays 140
  • 63: To Martha Bernays 142
  • 64: To Martha Bernays 143
  • 65: To Martha Bernays 145
  • 67: To Martha Bernays 146
  • 66: To Martha Bernays 146
  • 68: To Martha Bernays 150
  • 69: To Martha Bernays 153
  • 70: To Martha Bernays 154
  • 71: To Martha Bernays 155
  • 72: To Martha Bernays 156
  • 74: To Martha Bernays 157
  • 73: To Martha Bernays 157
  • 75: To Martha Bernays 161
  • 76: To Martha Bernays 162
  • 78: To Martha Bernays 164
  • 77: To Martha Bernays 164
  • 79: To Martha Bernays 168
  • 80: To Martha Bernays 169
  • 81: To Martha Bernays 171
  • 82: To Martha Bernays 175
  • 84: To Martha Bernays 178
  • 85: To Martha Bernays 182
  • 87: To Minna Bernays 184
  • 87: To Martha Bernays 184
  • 88: To Martha Bernays 189
  • 89: To Martha Bernays 190
  • 90-91: To Martha Bernays 191
  • 92: To Martha Bernays 193
  • 93: To Martha Bernays 197
  • 94: To Martha Bernays 200
  • 95: To Martha Bernays 204
  • 96: To Martha Bernays 206
  • 97: To Martha Bernays 211
  • 98: To Martha Bernays 212
  • 100: To Martha Bernays 214
  • 100: To Martha Bernays 214
  • 101: To Martha Bernays 217
  • 102: To Martha Bernays 217
  • 1887-1912 221
  • 103: To Emmeline and Minna Bernays 223
  • 104: To Emmeline and Minna Bernays 224
  • 105: To Josef Breuer 226
  • 106: To Wilhelm Fliess 227
  • 108: To Martha Freud 228
  • 107: To Minna Bernays 228
  • 109: To Martha Freud 231
  • 111: To Wilhelm Fliess 231
  • 111: To Wilhelm Fliess 231
  • 112: To Josef Breuer 234
  • 113: To Wilhelm Fliess 235
  • 114: To Wilhelm Fliess 237
  • 115: To Heinrich Gomperz 239
  • 116: To Wilhelm Fliess 240
  • 117: To Elise Gomperz 241
  • 118: To Elise Gomperz 242
  • 119: To Wilhelm Fliess 244
  • 120: To The Family 246
  • 121: To Alexander Freud 248
  • 123: To Arthur Schnitzler 249
  • 122: To Karl Kraus 249
  • 124: To C. G. Jung 252
  • 125: To C.G. Jung 252
  • 126: To C. G. Jung 256
  • 127: To C. G. Jung 256
  • 128: To The Family 259
  • 129: To Martha Freud 261
  • 131: To the Family 261
  • 130: To The Family 261
  • 132: To The Family 263
  • 133: To Martha Freud 267
  • 136: To C. G. Jung 268
  • 136: To The Antiquary Hinterberger 268
  • 137: To Mathilde Freud 271
  • 138: To Martha Freud 273
  • 139: To Stefan Zweig 274
  • 139: To Stefan Zweig 274
  • 141: To Sandor Ferenczi 275
  • 143: To Sandor Ferenczi 276
  • 143: To Sandor Ferenczi 276
  • 144: To Oskar Pfister 278
  • 145: To C. G. Jung 278
  • 146: To Oskar Pfister 279
  • 147: To Martha Freud 281
  • 148: To Sandor Ferenczi 282
  • 149: To Else Voigtländer 283
  • 150: To Karl Abraham 285
  • 152: To Max Halberstadt 286
  • 152: To Max Halberstadt 286
  • 153: To Sophie Freud 289
  • 153: To Sophie Freud 289
  • 156: To Martha Freud 290
  • 156: To Max Halberstadt 290
  • 157: To Martha Freud 293
  • 158: To Anna Freud 293
  • 159: To Anna Freud 294
  • 1913-1924 297
  • 161: To James J. Putnam 299
  • 161: To James J. Putnam 299
  • 162: To Max Eitingon 300
  • 165: To Elise Gomperz 302
  • 165: To Karl Abraham 302
  • 166: To Stanley Hall 304
  • 167: To Herbert and Loe Jones 305
  • 168: To Hermann Struck 305
  • 169: To James J. Putnam 307
  • 170: To Lou Andreas-Salomé 309
  • 171: To Eduard Hitschmann 311
  • 172: To Lou Andreas-Salomé 312
  • 174: To Josef Popper-Lynkeus 314
  • 175: To Sophie and Max Halberstadt 315
  • 177: To Lou Andreas-Salomé 316
  • 176: To Georg Groddeck 316
  • 179: To Alexander Freud 319
  • 178: To Maria Montessori 319
  • 180: Anonymous 321
  • 182: To Anton Von Freund 322
  • 183: To Sandor Ferenczi 323
  • 184: To Max Eitingon 324
  • 185: To Amalie Freud 326
  • 186: To Oskar Pfister 327
  • 188: To Georg Groddeck 328
  • 187: To Sandor Ferenczi 328
  • 189: To Rozsi Von Freund 330
  • 190: To Oskar Pfister 330
  • 192: To Hereward Carrington 334
  • 193: To Oskar Rie 334
  • 194: To Ernst and Lucie Freud 336
  • 196: To Ernst Freud 337
  • 195: To Max Eitingon 337
  • 197: To Arthur Schnitzler 339
  • 197: To Arthur Schnitzler 339
  • 201: To Georg Groddeck 341
  • 200: To Romain Rolland 341
  • 202: To Lou Andreas-Salomé 343
  • 204: To Amalie Freud 343
  • 203: To Katá and Lajos Levy 343
  • 204: To Amalie Freud 345
  • 206: To Wilhelm Stekel 347
  • 207: To Stefan Zweig 348
  • 209: To Fritz Wittels 350
  • 211: To Franklin Hooper 352
  • 210: To Otto Rank 352
  • 212: To Georg Groddeck 355
  • 1925, 1931 357
  • 213: To Julius Tandler 359
  • 215: To Karl Abraham 361
  • 217: To Romain Rolland 363
  • 216: To Ernest Jones 363
  • 217: To Romain Rolland 364
  • 220: To Members of the B'Nai B'Rith Lodge 365
  • 219: To Enrico Morselli 365
  • 221: To Marie Bonaparte 368
  • 223: To Romain Rolland 369
  • 222: To Mathilde Breuer 369
  • 225: To Ernest Jones 372
  • 228: To Werner Achelis 373
  • 227: To Rozsi Von Freund 373
  • 229: To Margit Freud 376
  • 230: To Arnold Zweig 377
  • 231: To Oskar Pfister 377
  • 233: To Havelock Ellis 380
  • 234: To George Sylvester Viereck 381
  • 236: To Ernst Simmel 382
  • 237: To Richard S. Dyer-Bennet 383
  • 238: To Ernest Jones 385
  • 239: To Ludwig Binswanger 386
  • 240: To Israel Spanier Wechsler 387
  • 240: To Israel Spanier Wechsler 387
  • 242: To Romain Rolland 389
  • 244: To Edward L. Bernays 389
  • 243: To Lou Andreas-Salomé 389
  • 244: To Edward L. Bernays 391
  • 246: To Romain Rolland 392
  • 248: To A. A. Roback 393
  • 247: Anonymous 393
  • 250: To Heinrich Löwy 396
  • 252: To Adolfine Freud 396
  • 251: To Max Schur 396
  • 252: To Adolfine Freud 397
  • 254: To Sandor Ferenczi 398
  • 255: To Arnold Zweig 399
  • 257: To Arnold Zweig 400
  • 256: To Sandor Ferenczi 400
  • 258: To Stefan Zweig 402
  • 258: To Stefan Zweig 402
  • 260: To Max Schiller 405
  • 260: To Max Schiller 405
  • 263: To the Mayor of PŘibor-Freiberg 406
  • 262: To Alexander Lipschütz 406
  • 1932-1939 409
  • 264: To Arnold Zweig 411
  • 265: To Stefan Zweig 412
  • 266: To Max Eitingon 413
  • 269: To Edoardo Weiss 415
  • 268: To Count Hermann Keyserling 415
  • 269: To Edoardo Weiss 416
  • 271: To Oskar Pfister 417
  • 272: To Judah Magnes 418
  • 274: To Oskar Pfister 419
  • 273: To Ernst Freud 419
  • 274: To Oskar Pfister 420
  • 276: To Arnold Zweig 421
  • 277: Anonymous 423
  • 279: To Lou Andreas-Salomé 424
  • 278: To Arnold Zweig 424
  • 280: To Thomas Mann 426
  • 281: To Victor Wittkowski 426
  • 282: To Barbara Low 427
  • 286: To Ludwig Binswanger 430
  • 285: To Arnold Zweig 430
  • 287: To Thomas Mann 432
  • 288: To Marie Bonaparte 434
  • 289: To Max Eitingon 435
  • 290: To Martin Freud 437
  • 292: To Stefan Zweig 438
  • 294: To Ernst Freud 440
  • 295: To Max Eitingon 441
  • 296: To Alexander Freud 442
  • 297: To Ernst Freud 442
  • 299: To Max Eitingon 443
  • 298: To Ernest Jones 443
  • 300: Anonymous 447
  • 301: To Alexander Freud 447
  • 303: To Alfred Indra 448
  • 302: To Stefan Zweig 448
  • 304: To Max Schur 451
  • 306: To Yvette Guilbert 451
  • 305: To Marie Bonaparte 451
  • 307: To Charles Singer 453
  • 307: To Charles Singer 453
  • 310: To Time and Tide 456
  • 311: To Rachel Berdach (bardi) 457
  • 312: To Ernest Jones 457
  • 314: To Herbert George Wells 459
  • Bibliography and Acknowledgments 461
  • List of Addressees 463
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