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Alston, E.F. (1962). Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. XI, 1961: Memoirs, 1914-1919. By the Wolf-man. (Translated by Felix Augenfeld and Muriel M. Gardiner.) Pp. 6-31.. Psychoanal Q., 31:296.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. XI, 1961: Memoirs, 1914-1919. By the Wolf-man. (Translated by Felix Augenfeld and Muriel M. Gardiner.) Pp. 6-31.

(1962). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31:296

Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. XI, 1961: Memoirs, 1914-1919. By the Wolf-man. (Translated by Felix Augenfeld and Muriel M. Gardiner.) Pp. 6-31.

Edwin F. Alston

The Wolf-man describes in some detail his life between 1914 and 1919, beginning with his departure from Vienna to spend the summer on his family's estate in Southern Russia. He recounts the problems encountered in bringing his fiancée, at the time an 'enemy alien', to Odessa. After their marriage, he and his wife experienced serious opposition from his mother and relatives, all of whom he describes in detail. His wife's daughter by a previous marriage was suffering from tuberculosis and was living in Freiburg. During a prolonged separation, when the wife was with her daughter, the Wolf-man sought and received advice about financial and other matters, and he describes the ups and downs of his fortunes in following this advice. Finally, he tells of the difficulties he met in trying to join his wife in Freiburg, problems arising from international hostilities at the time. This personal, factual account of a portion of the Wolf-man's life, written at the age of seventy, supplements the familiar case reports of Freud and Ruth Mack Brunswick.

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Article Citation

Alston, E.F. (1962). Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. XI, 1961. Psychoanal. Q., 31:296

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