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Radó-Révész, F. (1923). Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 4:248-249.
  

(1923). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 4:248-249

Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society

Frau Radó-Révész

October 14, 1922: Dr. S. Ferenczi: Report on the Seventh International Psycho-Analytical Congress.

October 28, 1922: Dr. I. Hermann: The bases of artistic talent, and in particular of poetic talent, as deduced from the analysis of patients, with special reference to the life and works of Petófi.

November 11, 1922: Continuation of Dr. Hermann's lecture.

The lecturer gave an exposition of those points of view which should be kept in mind in a psycho-analytic investigation of special artistic talent. The talent of the draughtsman has been shown to be based on a strong libidinal feeling-tone attaching to the 'hand' and an infantile narcissistic complex regarding the subject's own beauty or ugliness. In analogy with this poets who have been subjected to analysis have been found, on the one hand, with marked oral-erotism (the mouth is the poet's appropriate organ of expression) and, on the other hand, a 'complex of the dead', i.e.

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