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The inner psychoanalytic circle consists of the closest analytics around Sigmund Freud, including himself.

Through the years, because of the breaking of relations between Freud and many of the psychoanalytics in this circle, many members became separate. However, in the beginning the circle consisted of:

Annotated bibliography Edit

  • Phyllis Grosskurth, The Secret Ring: Freud's Inner Circle and the Politics of Psychoanalysis, Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1991, ISBN 0201090376 [1]
The book talks about the history of Freud's secret committee, made to insure the continuation of psychoanalysis' existence.
The novel tells the story of young woman surveying the historical developement of Frued's psychoanalysis.

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