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Many presentations sharply diverged from Freud's ideas, and so much remained unexplored that neither Freud nor his followers could easily define a single, orthodox line to follow. Stekel, for example, in these early years, was always refreshingly odd. The group process, whatever el se it did, also fostered a remarkable creativity in the group. 7 One example is the meeting of November 25, 1908. The presenter was Otto Rank, who outlined his ideas on the myth of the birth of the hero. This impressive study, later a book, examined the curious similarity between the founding myths of diverse nations and the recurring elements in the hero's birth and childhood, namely, that he is of noble birth but is early on cast out, usualIy in water, then rescued and raised in humble circumstances by kind foster parents, and later rises from his obscurity and achieves fame and glory.
Martin Luther," Zeitschrift fUr Menschenkunde, 2 (1926), 6-18. Hammer, W. " Zeitschrift & Psychotherapie, 8 (1922), 170-200 (another source has this as 8 (1924), 341-362). Hentig, H. von. Robespierre (Madrid: Entorial Espana, 1930); and Machiavelli (Heidelberg: Cari Winters, 1924. KornfeId, H. "Die simulierte Geistesstorung Konig Davids," Psychiatrie-Neurologie Wochenschau, 9 (1907), 450-451. Krauss, F. "Ein Traum Konig Karls," Internationale Zeitschrift fur Psychoanalysis, 6 (1920), 347-350. Ley, A.
This figure would be approximately tripled if one were to include articles on religion and anthropology. Freud, for example, published Totem and Taboo in several parts in Imago as it emerged. Alice Balint submitted "Der Familienvater" in 1913, arguing that the prairie Indians were unable to resolve their Oedipus complex successfully and were therefore stuck, as a culture, in early adolescence. For the most 30 CHAPTER3 part, however, Imago continued in its publication of formal articles in contrast with what had been looser and more wide-ranging in the Vienna discussion group.
The Leader: Psychohistorical Essays by Charles B. Strozier, Daniel Offer