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Ejve, B. (2002). The presence of sexuality as Cantus Firmus with Variations: Thoughts about transference and countertransference. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 25(1):56-61.
    

(2002). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 25(1):56-61

The presence of sexuality as Cantus Firmus with Variations: Thoughts about transference and countertransference

Birgitta Ejve, M.D.

This text is a distillate of many years of activity as a psychoanalyst. The author gives personal reflections on sexuality as it appears in transference and countertransference, in theory and clinically. The phenomena are viewed from the perspective of metaphor, as the author uses, e.g., the music of Franz Schubert as a metaphor for Eros and Thanatos; concepts she sees are metaphors in themselves. The phenomena of “wild analysis” and guilt are also commented upon.

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