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Ludowyk-Gyomroi, E. (1973). A Negyedik Petöfi: [The Fourth Petöfi.] By L. Veszy-Wagner. London: Szepsi Csombor Kor. 1972. Pp. 132.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 54:124.

(1973). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 54:124

A Negyedik Petöfi: [The Fourth Petöfi.] By L. Veszy-Wagner. London: Szepsi Csombor Kor. 1972. Pp. 132.

Review by:
Edith Ludowyk-Gyomroi

It is difficult to review this valuable study of the Hungarian poet, Sándor Petöfi. Every schoolchild in Hungary knows of him as the clarion voice in poetry of the 1848 revolution. It is of importance to be confronted with him as a poet of much wider emotional experience—which is in the forefront of this study. For the psychoanalyst, one of the points Mrs Veszy-Wagner raises in concise form at the end of the book (namely the problem of the poet and psychosis) is of special interest and relevance. It is to be regretted that the language barrier limits its availability for broader discussion.

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