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Strean, H.S. (1984). The Patient who would not Tell his Name. Psychoanal Q., 53:410-420.

(1984). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 53:410-420

The Patient who would not Tell his Name

Herbert S. Strean, D.S.W.

ABSTRACT

The case of a patient who refused to give the analyst his name for over a year and a half is presented. Analysis of his resistances and transference reactions points to the fact that he unconsciously wanted to be raped. Analysis of other secrets revealed a strong wish to tease and torment the analyst and to hold back incestuous, murderous, and other sexual and aggressive fantasies.

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