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Freud, S. (1908). Letter from Freud to Ludwig Binswanger, January 14, 1908. The Sigmund Freud-Ludwig Binswanger Correspondence 1908-1938, 3.

Freud, S. (1908). Letter from Freud to Ludwig Binswanger, January 14, 1908. The Sigmund Freud-Ludwig Binswanger Correspondence 1908-1938, 3

Letter from Freud to Ludwig Binswanger, January 14, 1908 Book Information Previous Up Next

Sigmund Freud

14 January 1908
IX, Berggasse 19

1F

Prof. Dr. Sigm. Freud1

Many thanks for the First Trick.2 Looking forward to the Second.

Yours, Freud

Notes to "Letter from Freud to Ludwig Binswanger, January 14, 1908"

1 Printed visiting card.

2 This is - as is clear from a note by Binswanger on the back of the visiting card - thanking Binswanger for sending his dissertation ; at the same time a play on Wilhelm Busch's Max und Moritz, which Freud loved and used as comparisons and illustrations; cf. Jones (1953-7), Vol. II, p. 147 and under 16F. [Max und Moritz is a book of children's verse well-known in German-speaking countries. The English translation, Max and Moritz, A Juvenile History in Seven Tricks, by Charles T. Brooks, was published in 1871. A.J.P.]

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