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Selected Bibliography Abraham, Hilda C., and Ernst L. Freud, eds. Briefe 1907-1926, Sigmund Freud, KarlAbraham. Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer, 1965. Abraham, Hilda C., and Ernst L. Freud, eds. A Psychoanalytic Dialgue: The Letters ofSigmundFreudand KarlAbraham, 1907-1926. Translated by Bernard Marsh and Hilda C. Abraham. London: Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1965. Alter, Robert. the Invention ofHebrew Prose. Modem Fiction andthe Language of Realism. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1988. Aron, Willy. "Hakham Isaac Bernays (1792-1849): A Biographical Essay." The Jewish Forom, March 1949,41-44. --. "Notes on Sigmund Freud's Ancestry and Jewish Contacts." YIVO AnnualofJewish SocialSciences 11 (1955-57): 286-95. Aschheim, Stephen E. "The East European Jew and German Jewish Identity ." Studies in Contemporary History, 1984,3-22. Bach, Hans I. The Gennan Jew. A Synthesis ofJudaism and Western Civilization. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Prfess, 1984. Bakan, David. "Freud and The Zohar." Commentary 29, no. 1 (January 1960): 65-66. --. "Moses in the Thought of Freud: An Ambivalent Interpretation." Commentary 26 (October 1958): 322-31. --. SigmundFreudandthe Jewish Mystical Tradition. Princeton, N.].: Van Nostrand, 1958. Beller, Steven. Vienna andthe Jews, 1867-1938. A Cultural History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989. Bergmann, Martin S. "Moses and the Evolution of Freud's Jewish Identity." In Judaism and Psychoanalysis, ed. Mortimer Ostow, 111-115. New York: Ktav,1982. 291 292 DUAL ALLEGIANCE Berkower, Larry. "The Enduring Effect of the Jewish Tradition upon Freud." American Journal ofPsychiatry 125 (February 1969): 103-9. Bernays, Anna Freud. "My Brother, Sigmund Freud." The American Mercury 51 (November 1940): 335-42. Bernfeld, Suzanne C. "Freud and Archaeology." American Imago 8 (1951): 10728 . Binswanger, Ludwig. SigmundFreud: Reminiscences ofa Friendship. New York and London: Grune and Stratton, 1957. Blatt, David S. "The Development of the Hero. Sigmund Freud and the Reformation of the Jewish Tradition." Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought 11, no. 4 (1988): 639-703. Biihlich, Walter, ed. The Letters ofSigmundFreud to Eduard Siberstein, 18711881 . Translated by Arnold]. Pomerans. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1990. --, ed. Sigmund Freud: lugendbriefe an EduardSilberstein, 1871-1881. Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer, 1989. Bonaparte, Marie, Anna Freud, and Ernst Kris, eds. Aus den Anfiingen der Psychoanalyse; Briefe an Wilhelm Fliess, Abhandlungen und Notizen aus den lahren 1887-1902. Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer Verlag, 1954. --. The Origins ofPsycho-Analysis: Letters to Wilhelm Fliess, Drafts and Notes, 1887-1902. Translated by Eric Mosbacher and James Strachey. New York: Basic Books, 1954. Brandell, Gunnar. Freud: A Man ofHis Century. Translated by lain White. Sussex, G.B.: Harvester Press, 1979. Brome, Vincent. Freud and His Early Circle. New York: William Morrow, 1967. Carotenuto, Aldo. A &cret Symmetry: Sabina Spielrein between lung andFreud. Translated by Amo Pomerans, John Shepley, and Krishna Winston. 2d ed. New York: Pantheon, 1984. Choisy, Maryse. SigmundFreud.· A New Appraisal. New York: Philosophical Library, 1963. Clare, George. Last maltz in Vienna-The Rise and Destruction ofa Family1842 -1942. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1982. Clark, Ronald C. Freud: The Man andthe Cause. New York: Random House, 1980. Cuddihy, John Murray. The Ordeal ofCivility: Freud, Marx, Levi-Strauss, andthe lewish Struggle wilh Modernity. New York: Delta, 1974. Diller, Jerry Victory. Freud's lewish Identity. A Case Study in the Impact of Ethnicity. Rutherford, Madison, Teaneck, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1991. Doolittle, Hilda. Tribute to Freud. Boston: David R. Godine, 1974. Draper, Hal, ed. The Complete Poems ofHeinrich Heine. A Modern English Version by HalDraper. Cambridge, Mass.: Suhrkamp/Insel Publishers Boston, 1982. Selected Bibliography 293 Drucker, Peter F. "What Freud Forgot." Human Nature 2, no. 3 (March 1979): 40-47. Eilberg-Schwartz, Howard. "Who's Kidding Whom? A Serious Interpretion of Rabbinic Word-Plays." Journal ofthe AAR 55, no. 4 (Winter 1987): 765-88. Eissler, Kurt R. SigmundFreudandDie Wiener Universitiit. Stuttgart: Hans Huber Bern, 1966. Eliot, George. Danie! Deronda. Edited by Graham Handley. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984. Engelman, Edmund. Berggasse 19: Sigmund Freud's Home and Offices, Vienna 1938. Introduction by Peter Gay. New York: Basic Books, 1976. Erikson, Erik. Identity: Youth andCrisis. New York: Norton, 1968. Etinger, Shmuel. "The Zionist Movement and the 'National Home' between the World Wars." In H. H. Ben-Sasson, History ofthe Jewish People. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1976. Falk, Avner. "Freud and Herzl." Contemporary Psychoana~'Vsis 14 (1978): 35787 . Fisher, David James. "Sigmund Freud and Romain Rolland: The Terrestrial Animal and His Great Oceanic Friend." American Imago 33 (1976): 1-59. Fraenkel, Josef. ed. The Jews ofAustria: Essays on their Life, History, and Destruction. London: Vallentine, Mitchell, and...