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(1962). Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961: Jewish Jokes and Their Relation to Masochism. Martin Grotjahn. Pp. 183-189.. Psychoanal Q., 31:585.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961: Jewish Jokes and Their Relation to Masochism. Martin Grotjahn. Pp. 183-189.

(1962). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31:585

Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961: Jewish Jokes and Their Relation to Masochism. Martin Grotjahn. Pp. 183-189.

The Jewish joke shares with general jokes the guilt-free expression of aggression, the twist exemplifying how aggression is turned against the self. It combines sadistic attack with masochistic indulgence, and stands between wit and humor.

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(1962). Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961. Psychoanal. Q., 31:585

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