By Luciana N. Momigliano
A set of essays by means of a psychoanalyst who practices in a rustic whose language isn't commonplace to the vast majority of readers within the Anglo-Saxon global is to be heartily welcomed-all the extra so while 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 rather at the problems with approach and perform. during this quantity she proposes to inform readers approximately her personal approach of operating targeting the environment within which analysts and sufferers paintings, and the instructing of these who desire to find out about the tactic Adam limentani
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A discreditable academic career with the barest of B. A. degrees, no medical qualifications, no knowledge of physical sciences, no expe rience of anything except third-rate journalism. The only thing i n my favour was that at the age of thirty I wrote a letter out of the blue to Freud, asking him if he would take me on as a student. For some reason he replied, almost by return of post, that he would, and I spent a couple of years in Vienna . . It is perhaps worth adding that the words Tor some reason* may have been an allusion to the help he had received from Jones, who had also written to Freud, on 7 May 1920, asking if there was any hope that he might be able to accept for analysis a certain Mr.
There are also brief references to their own analyses w i t h Freud by Roger Money-Kyrle (1979) (who was i n Vienna from 1922 to 1925); Jeanne Lampl-de Groot (1976) (who began her analysis i n 1922); and James Strachey (1963), who was i n analysis for about two years from 1920 to 1922. This list is, all i n a l l , quite modest; there are not many written testimonies by persons who had the privileged experi ence of analysis with Freud i n person. It may be that the people A S P E L L IN V I E N N A 11 who had been closer to h i m i n the early days and remained i n his circle, i n spite of the dissensions and breaks w i t h which we are familiar (with the well-known exceptions of Jones, Binswanger, Reik, Sachs, Weiss, and, recently, Sterba), did not feel like setting down on paper something that was so pro foundly and intimately bound up w i t h their own lives, and probably out of a sense of loyalty to Freud and respect for his desire for privacy.
E. the Rabbi may do things that are not permitted to ordinary mortals—as Schur once wrote to Jones (quoted by Roazen, 1971), and this is prob ably the real explanation. g. a certain devaluation of psycho analysis on the therapeutic level coupled w i t h a substantial increase i n its cultural application—we are witnessing the p u b lication of a large number of books and papers on the history of psychoanalysis and on the person of Freud himself, written entirely against his wishes (*I am not a great man, I have made a great discovery' he told Kardiner and Blanton) and i n the face of his reluctance to be the subject of biographical studies.
Continuity and Change in Psychoanalysis: Letter from Milan by Luciana N. Momigliano