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Hamilton, J.W. (1979). The Doppelgänger Effect in the Relationship Between Joseph Conrad and Bertrand Russell. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 6:175-181.

(1979). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 6:175-181

The Doppelgänger Effect in the Relationship Between Joseph Conrad and Bertrand Russell

James W. Hamilton

SUMMARY

The lives of Joseph Conrad and Bertrand Russell have been studied to demonstrate how severe trauma secondary to early parental loss was responsible for the establishment of a doppelgänger-type relationship between them, which included the strong admiration of each for the other's writings. An effort has also been made to trace the effect of such childhood deprivation upon certain aspects of their selection and pursuit of life work.

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