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Anzieu, D. (1976). Naissance Du Psychanalyste. De Mesmer À Freud. By L. Chertok and R. de Saussure. Paris: Payot. Coll. Sciences de l'Homme. 1973. Pp. 270.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 57:496-499.
    

(1976). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 57:496-499

Naissance Du Psychanalyste. De Mesmer À Freud. By L. Chertok and R. de Saussure. Paris: Payot. Coll. Sciences de l'Homme. 1973. Pp. 270.

Review by:
Didier Anzieu

This is not only a very useful and interesting book, it is primarily moving. As we know, one of the co-authors, Raymond de Saussure, who introduced psychoanalysis into French-speaking Switzerland and who was probably the first analyst to work in French, died in the autumn of 1971, shortly after the International Psycho-Analytical Congress in Vienna, which he attended despite his illness and where for the first time psychoanalysts from all over the world, including Anna Freud, congregated in their 'home town'.

But that is not really what is moving. It was not by chance that Raymond, the son of Ferdinand who founded linguistics, became a psychoanalyst.

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