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Zweig, A. (1938). Letter from Arnold Zweig to Sigmund Freud, June 24, 1938. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 84:162-163.

(1938). The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 84:162-163

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Arnold Zweig

Haifa, Mt. Carmel
24. 6. 38

Dear Father Freud,

I have just heard with immense pleasure that they are once again bringing your name to the notice of the Nobel Committee. Modest though I am, I would like to point out that I exchanged letters with Th. Mann on this subject as long as two years ago. This time I do hope something will come of it. Otherwise it would be too ridiculous.

Today I have to write in this large hand as my reading eye is somewhat tired. The violence of the skunks in Berlin must be produced by some kind of inner pressure, or else they must be preparing to chuck out the ‘grumblers’ in case of war.

Here we are busy collecting secondhand analytic literature as printing copy for later.

Would it be possible for Anna, to whom I send my warmest greetings, to stamp and post the enclosed letter? Many thanks. I am always close to you in spirit.



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