direction. Pages 256271 in Carl Gustav Jung, Collected Works. (1992) The Destiny of Sabina Spielrein at the Wayback Machine (archived January 23, 2007) (in Russian) Record for Sabina Spielrein in The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names. 7 After a hiatus of several months, caused by the above controversy, Spielrein and Jung resumed their relationship in the summer of 1909, and continued seeing each other privately up through the last months of 1910. On occasion of the publication in October 2009, the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City displayed the original book along with three of Jung's original "Black Book" journals and several other related artifacts; this exhibit was open from to The Red Book was.
(1910) 1954 Psychic Conflicts in a Child. Spielrein figures prominently in two contemporary British plays: Sabina (1998) by Snoo Wilson and The Talking Cure (2003) by Christopher Hampton (based on John Kerr 's book A Most Dangerous Method ) in which Ralph Fiennes played Jung, and Jodhi May played Spielrein. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 34 However, in the unpublished transcript of Jung's comments recorded by Aniela Jaffe' in 1957, Jung made it clear this woman was Maria Moltzer and not Spielrein.
12 Jung was not "psychotic" by any accepted clinical criteria during the period he created Liber Novus. 5, she worked as a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, teacher and paediatrician in Switzerland and Russia. A b Graf-Nold,. (19361945) 1946 Aufsätze zur Zeitgeschichte. Jung: An Introduction (1946). 3 :967 Meanwhile, Jung had resigned his medical post at the Burghölzli, although he continued his laboratory work and university teaching. Her mother Eva (born Khave) Lublinskaya was the daughter and granddaughter of rabbis from Yekaterinoslav. First published as Die Beziehungen zwischen dem Ich und dem Unbewussten. 50 The paper also made it clear that she was up-to-date with developments in the west, and included sympathetic comments on the approach of Sandor Ferenczi, who was advocating a more emotional engaged role on the part of the therapist. He challenges the presumption that Jung psychoanalyzed Spielrien in any systematic way, reciprocated her feelings for long, saw her as his 'anima or regarded her as a more significant figure than his other female partners of the time.