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Zweig, A. (1934). Letter from Arnold Zweig to Sigmund Freud, October 11, 1934. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 84:93-94.

(1934). The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 84:93-94

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Arnold Zweig

Carmel
11. x. 34

Dear Father Freud,

The contents of your letter this time have at once delighted and depressed me. The fact that you have again put on paper some of the findings of your unique understanding is of such inestimable importance to all of us that you must not keep them to yourself. On the other hand you are of course right in every word you say about the avoidable risk to psychoanalysis. So I would suggest that you have the work printed privately in a limited, numbered edition, which would not even be publicly announced. Through the Society you are assured of a definite number of subscribers to cover the cost of publication, and if you liked, you could have the ms. printed here and then you would be relieved of all anxiety. There would be an added spice in the fact that the place of publication would be Jerusalem. And then we would get the typescript here very quickly and would have the great honour and joy of being your first readers.

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