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Fenichel, O. (1946). The Aztec Indian and the Greek Horse: J. C. Moloney. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 307–315.. Psychoanal Q., 15:545.
    
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(1946). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 15:545

The Aztec Indian and the Greek Horse: J. C. Moloney. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 307–315.

Otto Fenichel

Moloney reports in a manner somewhat lacking in clarity the analysis of a very condensed hypnagogic hallucination in which a patient expressed her transference wishes and anxieties, and simultaneously her deeper scopophilic and narcissistic conflicts which formed the basis of her neurosis. The material provides an opportunity to discuss the 'psychosomatics' of an ovarian cyst.

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Fenichel, O. (1946). The Aztec Indian and the Greek Horse. Psychoanal. Q., 15:545

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