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Falzeder, E. (2004). Sigmund Freud-Max Eitingon, Briefwechsel 1906-1939 [Freud-Eitingon correspondence, 1906-1939], Vols 1 and 2 Edited by Michael Schröter Tübingen: Diskord. 2004. 1049 pp.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 85(6):1543-1546.

(2004). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 85(6):1543-1546

Sigmund Freud-Max Eitingon, Briefwechsel 1906-1939 [Freud-Eitingon correspondence, 1906-1939], Vols 1 and 2 Edited by Michael Schröter Tübingen: Diskord. 2004. 1049 pp.

Review by:
Ernst Falzeder

Max Eitingon was the first disciple to visit Freud from abroad, and he was the last among this generation to whom Freud felt close and whom he trusted. Alfred Adler, Wilhelm Stekel, Eugen Bleuler and C. G. Jung had left. We know about the conflicts with the Committee members, above all Otto Rank and Sándor Ferenczi, but also with Karl Abraham and Ernest Jones, as witnessed by their correspondence with Freud. Hanns Sachs never achieved a comparable kind of intimacy with Freud. Of the enlarged circle, Freud increasingly became dissatisfied with members of the first generation, such as Paul Federn or Eduard Hitschmann, and disliked or even despised many of the upcoming stars of the following one: Wilhelm Reich, Otto Fenichel, Karen Horney or Melanie Klein.

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