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Grotjahn, M. (1962). Sigmund Freud's Akademische Laufbahn Im Lichte Der Dokumente. (Sigmund Freud's Academic Career in the Light of Official Documents.): By Josef and Renée Gicklhorn. Vienna: Urvan & Schwarzenberg, 1960. 194 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 31:96-98.

(1962). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31:96-98

Sigmund Freud's Akademische Laufbahn Im Lichte Der Dokumente. (Sigmund Freud's Academic Career in the Light of Official Documents.): By Josef and Renée Gicklhorn. Vienna: Urvan & Schwarzenberg, 1960. 194 pp.

Review by:
Martin Grotjahn

Josef and Renée Gicklhorn are known for their research about Freud; they have published, for instance, Did Pharmacists Listen to Sigmund Freud? (1955) and notes about Freud's research concerning the male eel. In the present book they describe Freud's academic career from its beginning in 1886 until his departure from the University in 1934. They state explicitly that they want to be regarded as 'scientists and historians' in contrast to all previous biographers of Freud.

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