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Hardin, H.T. (1988). On the Vicissitudes of Freud's Early Mothering—Ii: Alienation from his Biological Mother. Psychoanal Q., 57:72-86.

(1988). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 57:72-86

On the Vicissitudes of Freud's Early Mothering—Ii: Alienation from his Biological Mother

Harry T. Hardin, M.D.

ABSTRACT

Continuing an exploration of the vicissitudes of Freud's early mothering experience, this paper utilizes three clinical examples to focus on alienation between Freud and his biological mother. This state of affairs is demonstrated in his reticence about her, his concern about dying before her, and, finally, in his perception of daughter Anna's being his surrogate mourner at the time of his mother's death.

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