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Strean, H.S. (1971). Selected Papers of Edmund Bergler. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1969. 981 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 58(1):153-154.

(1971). Psychoanalytic Review, 58(1):153-154

Selected Papers of Edmund Bergler. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1969. 981 pp.

Review by:
Herbert S. Strean

A number of inquiries from the psychonalytic world, from the new generation of students of psychiatry, and from the lay public have led to this compilation of previously scattered papers by the late Dr. Edmund Bergler. Bergler (1899-1962) was in private practice as a psychoanalytic psychiatrist in Vienna from 1927 to 1938, and in New York from 1938 to his death. He was a graduate of the Medical School of the University of Vienna, and from 1927 to 1937 was on the staff of the Psychoanalytic Clinic in Vienna, serving as assistant director during the last four years of that period. From 1942-1945 he was a lecturer at the Psychoanalytic Institute in New York.

Of some 300 articles published in various journals over a period of thirty years, those works that were considered most significant and representative of Edmund Bergler's theories and practice, as well as those directly related to current problems of mental health, were selected for inclusion in the volume. Sponsored by the Edmund and Marianne Bergler Psychiatric Foundation, this book affords a historical perspective in that it traces the development of Bergler's work from the period of his earliest discoveries through a lifetime dedicated to continued inquiry.

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