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Freud, S. (1923). [SES265a1]Dr. Sándor Ferenczi (on his 50Th Birthday). The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XIX (1923-1925): The Ego and the Id and Other Works, 265-270
[SES265a1]Dr. Sándor Ferenczi (on his 50Th Birthday)
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[SES265a2]Editor's Note to "Dr. Sándor Ferenczi (on his 50Th Birthday)"
[SES265a3](a) German Editions:
[SES265a4]1923 Dr. Ferenczi Sáendor (Zum 50. Geburtstag) Int. Z. Psychoanal., 9 (3), 257-9.
[SES265a5]1928 Dr. Ferenczi Sáendor (Zum 50. Geburtstag) G.S., 11, 273-5.
[SES265a6]1940 Dr. Ferenczi Sáendor (Zum 50. Geburtstag) G.W., 13, 443-5.
[SES265a7](b) English Translation::
[SES265a8]‘Dr. Sándor Ferenczi (on his 50th Birthday)’
[SES265a9]The present translation by James Strachey seems to be the first into English.
[SES265a10]This appeared first, over the signature ‘Herausgeber und Redaktion (Director and Editor)’, as an introduction to a special issue of the Zeitschrift commemorating Ferenczi's fiftieth birthday.
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[SES265a11]Dr. Sándor Ferenczi (on his 50Th Birthday)
[SES265a12]Not many years after its publication (in 1900), The Interpretation of Dreams fell into the hands of a young Budapest physician, who, although he was a neurologist, psychiatrist and expert in forensic medicine, was eagerly in search of new scientific knowledge. He did not get far in reading the book; very soon he had thrown it aside—whether out of boredom or disgust is not known. Soon afterwards, however, the call for fresh possibilities of work and discovery took him to Zurich, and thence he was led to Vienna to meet the author of the book that he had onc
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