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Sapochnik, L. (1961). Niederland, W. G.: The first applications of psychoanalysis to a literary work (Aplicación del psicoanálisis a la primera obra literaria), vol. 29, 1960; ps. 228-235.. Rev. psicoanál., 18(4):407-408.

(1961). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 18(4):407-408

Niederland, W. G.: The first applications of psychoanalysis to a literary work (Aplicación del psicoanálisis a la primera obra literaria), vol. 29, 1960; ps. 228-235.

Review by:
León Sapochnik

Dice el autor que contrariamente a la creencia general no fué ni la Gradiva (1907), ni “Denkkürdigkeiten eines Nervenkranken” (1911), las primeras obras literarias a las cuales Freud aplicó su método recientemente descubierto. Su primera aplicación del psicoanálisis a un trabajo la realizó en 1898; se trata de una novela escrita por el autor suizo Conrad Ferdinand Meyer (1825-1898). Esta obra fué analizada a fines de 1897 o al comienzo de 1898.

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