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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 4: C. V. Ramana. 'Observations on the Analysis of a Musician.'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:357.
    
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(1953). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34:357

Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 4: C. V. Ramana. 'Observations on the Analysis of a Musician.'

Some of the meanings of music to a schizophrenic musician were elucidated in analysis. Following a very unhappy childhood, music became a protective field which others could not enter. It expressed his groping for something inside his mother, was a sublimated exhibitionism, expressed an urge to communicate, and was accompanied by guilt. Music became the only 'object' with which the patient could maintain a relationship.

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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 4. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:357

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