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Jacobson, E. (1971). Annie Reich (1902–1971). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 52:334-336.

(1971). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 52:334-336

Annie Reich (1902–1971)

Edith Jacobson

On 5 January 1971 Dr Annie Reich-Rubinstein passed away after eight and a half years of severe illness, followed by one year of such unbelievable suffering that her death finally came as a relief.

All of Dr Reich's colleagues and friends knew that she was a very charming woman, an outstanding psychoanalyst, an excellent clinician and teacher, and a creative scientific writer. But few colleagues know much about her past.

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