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Garma (1945). Jones, Ernest: The Case of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland. (El caso de Luis Bonaparte, rey de Holanda.) “Essays in applied Psycho-Analysis”, págs. 245-261, 1923.. Rev. psicoanál., 3(1):191-192.

(1945). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 3(1):191-192

Jones, Ernest: The Case of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland. (El caso de Luis Bonaparte, rey de Holanda.) “Essays in applied Psycho-Analysis”, págs. 245-261, 1923.

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La actitud ambivalente de este príncipe con respecto a su hermano Napoleón I puede considerarse como provocada por un sometimiento homosexual y tentativas de rechazo. La homosexualidad de Luis Bonaparte se hizo más intensa por una infección gonorreica a los 20 años, que llevó al fracaso parcial de sus tentativas de liberación a través de la heterosexualidad. En cuanto a la fijación en su hermano fué obra del interés de éste hacia él.

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