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Die psychoanalytische Bewegung. Erscheint zweimonatlich. I. Jahrgang, Mai-Juni 1929, Heft 1 -- V. Jahrgang, November-Dezember, Heft 6.
Wien; Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1929-1933. 20,5x14,5 cm. (2, 2 blanks), 392 pp. + 1 plate leaf & 618, (1, 1 blank) & 283, (5) + 289-576 pp. + 2 leaves of plates & 286, (2) + 289-574, (2) pp. + 2 leaves of plates & 558, (2) pp. Nine contemporary red-brown quarter leather-bindings with five rased bands, gilt spine-titles, marbled boards and endpapers, sprinkled edges. Wrappers are not preserved. Spines and corners are slightly worn. There is a tear in lower margin, stretching over four lines of text, on pp. 157/158 in the 1931 volume. The 1931 and 1932 volumes have a few scattered small specks. There is a light stain in the text on pp. 293-298 in the last volume. A well-preserved, complete set of the magazine. ''In 1929 Adolf J. Storfer founded the review Die Psychoanalytische Bewegung (The psychoanalytic movement) as one of the publications of the Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag. As its title suggests, this bimonthly periodical was intended to open the frontiers of the institutionally contained psychoanalytic world to a broader non-specialist public. As a link between the science of psychoanalysis and a public with an interest in the literature, this periodical saw itself as a forum for somewhat unorthodox propositions and ideas. [...] After Storfer resigned from the Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, Eduard Hitschmann took over the publication in August 1932. The number of subscribers to the periodical dropped after the National Socialist party came to power in Germany, when many German analysts and intellectuals close to analytic circles fled the country. The economic and political situation caused the publication of Die Psychoanalytische Bewegung to be suspended in December 1933.'' (International Dictionary of Psychoanalysis). Among the contributions are Thomas Mann: Die Stellung Freuds in der modernen Geistesgeschichte / Wilhelm Reich: Die Stellung der Psychoanalyse in der Sowjetunion. Notizen von einer Studienreise in Russland / Karl Bachler: August Strindberg. Eine psychoanalytische Studie / Eduard Hitschmann: Zur Psychologie des jüdischen Witzes / Lou Andreas-Salomé: Zum Typus Weib / Otto Fenichel: Über Homosexualität / Stefan Zweig: Das eheliche Missgeschick Marie Antoinettes / Havelock Ellis: Die neue Einschätzung des Obszönen / Richard Sterba: Spinne, Erhängen und Oralsadismus / Gustav Bychowski: Marcel Proust als Dichter der psychologischen Analyse.
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