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Grigg, K.A. (1973). "All Roads Lead to Rome": The Role of the Nursemaid in Freud's Dreams. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 21:108-126.

(1973). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 21:108-126

"All Roads Lead to Rome": The Role of the Nursemaid in Freud's Dreams

Kenneth A. Grigg, M.D.

SUMMARY

Because Freud did not publish many direct references to his mother, the role of his mother surrogate, the Czechoslovakian, Roman Catholic nursemaid of his first two-and-a-half years, is investigated through Freud's dreams and associations. The oedipal

bases for the "travel phobia" and "Rome neurosis" are elucidated through the medium of this "primary originator" of Freud's neurosis.

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