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Abraham, K. (1920). The Literature in Spanish. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 1:457-458.

(1920). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 1:457-458

The Literature in Spanish

K. Abraham

The first psycho-analytical publications in Spanish have reached us from South America. Our Science has made its entry into the psychiatric clinic of the University of Lima in the last few years. The Revista de Psiquiatria which appeared there since 1918 publishes in every number orienting essays which acquaint one with psycho-analytical questions. Dr. Honorio F. Delgado is the author of most of the articles; they show that this author, with great thoroughness and fine discernment, has made himself acquainted with the entire subject, including the applications of psycho-analysis apart from medicine.

Up to the present time the following works are to be had:

1. Delgado, H. F., La nueva faz de la psicologia normal y clinica. (The new view of normal and clinical psychology) Revista de Psiquiatria 1918.

After a survey of the chief aims of the newer psychology, the author turns to psycho-analysis in detail and calls special attention to its characteristics and its achievements.

2. Delgado H. F., El psicanalisis en sus applicationes extra psiquiatrias, Revista de Psiquiatria 1918.

Here the author gives a searching representation of the Libido theory, the interpretation of dreams, as well as the contents of all important non-medical psycho-analytical publications which have appeared in our periodical literature and in the "Schriften zur angewandten Seelenkunde". Especially to be mentioned is the ardour of his advocacy of the Freudian theory and the clearly placed arrangement of the many-sided material. Worthy of remark is also the skill with which Delgado has transferred the psycho-analytic terminology to his mother-tongue.

3. Delgado H. F., La psiquiatria psicologica, Revista de Psiquiatria 1918.

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