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(1936). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 5:299.

(1936). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 5:299

Notes

THE ARTICLE MALE AND FEMALE, by Sándor Ferenczi, in this issue, is an addendum to his THALASSA: A THEORY OF GENITALITY, of which a translation appeared in volumes 2 (1933) and 3 (1934) of THE PSYCHOANALYTIC QUARTERLY. Although the original edition of the Versuch einer Genitaltheorie, published in 1925, did not contain this addendum, which first appeared in Die psychoanalytische Bewegung in 1929, it was Dr. Ferenczi's expressed desire that the article MALE AND FEMALE should be made part of the English translation of THALASSA published in book form. The article in this issue thus completes Dr. Ferenczi's work in conformity with his wishes.

The editors would express their indebtedness to the translator, and also to Mrs. Alfred V. de Forest, to whom Dr. Ferenczi entrusted the publication of the translation of his book, for her valuable coöperation in making possible its addition to the Psychoanalytic Quarterly Library series of monographs.

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