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S., J. (1944). Revista De Psicoanálisis: Vol. 1, No. 1. (Juncal 655–1° B., Buenos Aires, 1943. Pp. 144.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 25:176.

(1944). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 25:176

Revista De Psicoanálisis: Vol. 1, No. 1. (Juncal 655–1° B., Buenos Aires, 1943. Pp. 144.)

Review by:
J. S.

We have great pleasure in welcoming the appearance of the first psycho-analytical periodical to be published in the Spanish language: the official organ of the recently formed Argentine Psycho-Analytical Society, which has been provisionally accepted as a Branch Society of the International Association. This quarterly, of which the first number has lately reached us, is admirably and indeed, by our own war-time criteria, sumptuously produced—beautifully printed on excellent paper and with a number of illustrations, many of them in colour. The actual contents, moreover, give equal evidence of the high standards by which the editors seek to be judged. Of the four principal papers, two are original and two translations. Dr. Carcamo presents a well-documented discussion from the analytical standpoint of the religion of the Ancient Mexicans, with especial reference to the symbolism of the plumed serpent and the meaning of human sacrifice. Dr. Garma contributes a didactic account of Freud's theory of dreams, with a large quantity of fresh illustrative material. Of the translated papers, one is by Dr. Alexander upon the psychological aspects of medicine, while the other is a chapter from Mrs. Klein's book upon child analysis. The issue is completed by a number of reviews and abstracts. There can be no question that this new psycho-analytical venture in the wide and almost unexplored field of Spanish America has made a most promising start. It should be added that the annual subscription rate (outside Argentina) is $15 m/n.

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