By Luciana N. Momigliano
A set of essays by way of a psychoanalyst who practices in a rustic whose language isn't commonplace to nearly all of readers within the Anglo-Saxon international is to be heartily welcomed-all the extra so whilst the writer is as skilled and worldly os Dr. Nissin Momigliano who got here into psychoanalysis within the aftermath of the reorganization within the aftermath of the second one global War.. She has persisted to develope her personal rules relatively at the problems with strategy and perform. during this quantity she proposes to inform readers approximately her personal method of operating targeting the atmosphere within which analysts and sufferers paintings, and the educating of these who desire to find out about the tactic Adam limentani
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Here again the exception seems to have been Bonaparte, who quickly persuade d F r e u d to give h e r two hours* a n a l y s i s a day. In this way, a n d also becaus e of the layout of the apartment, the patients need never have met each other, a n d yet it happened quite frequently that w h e n they arrived for their own sessio n they woul d meet the previous patient. H . D . , for example, on m a n y occasions mentions J . J . v a n der Leeuw— the 'Flying Dutchman* , a s the Professor called him—whose analytical h o u r preceded h e r own; h e , i n turn , approached h e r without formality at Dobling (the big out-of-town hous e where F r e u d spent the s u m m e r that year) a n d a s k e d her 'at the Professor's suggestion* whether s h e would be k i n d enough to swap times with h i m on the following day; s h e w a s pleased to concur.
Sometime all that must be revised, without, i t is true, doing away with the obligations that I had mentioned . . e. e. the influence of their own unmastered com plexes. . A detailed discussion about the meaning of 'tact' as used by Freud and Ferenczi, respectively, can be found i n an essay by Use Grubrich-Simitis (1986), which accompanies the publica tion of six letters from the Freud-Ferenczi correspondence. If the 'docile* analysts, as we shall see, take all this perhaps too seriously, we are aware that others will get into all sorts of trouble.
According to Clark (1980), Jones had introduced the prospective analysand i n the following terms: . . He is a man of thirty, well educated and of a well known literary family. ) I think a good fellow b u t weak and perhaps lack ing i n tenacity' (p. 428). Clark adds that Freud later admitted that he had never regretted accepting h i m , notwithstanding certain eccentricities on his part. 1 16 C O N T I N U I T Y AND C H A N G E I N P S Y C H O A N A L Y S I S Analysis and extra-analytic relations Both i n the Berggasse and i n the various other houses where Freud went during the summer, the door was opened by a maid, Paula FichU, who is mentioned by all our witnesses, because she was friendly and a little talkative, 'on the whole k i n d , shy and lively* (Blanton, 1971).