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(1970). American Imago. XXVI, 1969: Sigmund and Alexander Freud on the Acropolis. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 324-354.. Psychoanal Q., 39:659.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: American Imago. XXVI, 1969: Sigmund and Alexander Freud on the Acropolis. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 324-354.

(1970). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39:659

American Imago. XXVI, 1969: Sigmund and Alexander Freud on the Acropolis. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 324-354.

Kanzer, on the basis of analysis of the letter to Romain Rolland and biographical material, explores Freud's relationship with his brother Alexander. He finds that from birth Alexander was included within Freud's own self-image, a device which protected him from death wishes originally directed toward the deceased intermediate brother, Julius, and the father.

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(1970). American Imago. XXVI, 1969. Psychoanal. Q., 39:659

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