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Homburger, E. (1936). Psychoanalysis for Teachers and Parents. Introductory Lectures: By Anna Freud. Translated by Barbara Low. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1935. 118 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 5:291-293.

(1936). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 5:291-293

Psychoanalysis for Teachers and Parents. Introductory Lectures: By Anna Freud. Translated by Barbara Low. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1935. 118 pp.

Review by:
Erik Homburger

Miss Freud's little book is so much a unit in plan, content and form that it would be out of place to single out any part of it by critical emphasis. It might be said, however, that the German title, Einführung in die Psychoanalyse für Pädagogen, was more adequate than the present American one, because it was general enough for an introductory exposition and still specific enough to include the group to whose special interests and problems these lectures are adapted with masterly skill, namely Viennese Hort teachers.

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