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Weber, I. (2015). »… ich vergesse nie die Gabe, womit Sie in meinem Leben als der Freund dastanden!« Lou Andreas-Salomes Briefe an Max Eitingon (1911-1933)1. Luzifer-Amor, 28(55):39-64.

(2015). Luzifer-Amor: Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse, 28(55):39-64

»… ich vergesse nie die Gabe, womit Sie in meinem Leben als der Freund dastanden!« Lou Andreas-Salomes Briefe an Max Eitingon (1911-1933)1

Inge Weber

Zusammenfassung: Die Korrespondenz von Lou Andreas-Salomé mit Max und Mirra Eitingon lenkt den Blich auf deren langjährige Beziehung. Das Konvolut aus dem Eitingon-Nachlass in Jerusalem (81 Stücke) wurde durch ein sehr viel kleineres Konvolut aus dem Lou Andreas-Salomé-Archiv in Göttingen (5 Stücke) ergänzt. Man erkennt in diesem Material erstmals Eitingons Rolle für den Zugang von Andreas-Salomé zur Berliner Psychoanalytischen Vereinigung und für ihren Einstieg in die psychoanalytische Praxis. In den 20er Jahren etablierte sich die Beziehung zwischen Andreas-Salomé und Mirra Eitingon, basierend auf dem gemeinsamen russischen Hintergrund. Einzelaspekte der Korrespondenz werden in angehängten Exkursen abgehandelt: das Russische in den Briefen; Max Nachmansohn, ein Analysand von Andreas-Salomé; ihr Geburtstagsgeschenk für Freud »Zum 6. Mai 1926«; die Honorierung analytischer Behandlungen.

Summary: »… I shall never forget the gift by which you established yourself as friend in my life!« The letters of Lou Andreas-Salomé to Max Eitingon (1911-1933). The correspondence between Andreas-Salomé and the Eitingons draws attention to their long-standing relation. The letters contained among the Eitingon papers in Jerusalem (81 items) were complemented by the much smaller set (5 items) held by the Lou Andreas-Salomé Archives in Göttingen. The material highlights for the first time Eitingon's role in securing Andreas-Salomé's access to the Berlin psychoanalytic association and for her entering psychoanalytic practice. In the 20s the relation between Andreas-Salomé and Mirra Eitingon intensified, based on their common Russian background. Several aspects featured in the letters are discussed in appendixes: the role of Russian language and habits; Max Nachmansohn, an analysand of Andreas-Salomé; her literary gift to Freud's 70th birthday; the dealing with fees in psychoanalysis.

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