Behind Glass is the arresting story of Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham’s life as written by her grandson, Michael John Burlingham. Born in , Dorothy Tiffany was. Anna Freud accepted Bob Burlingham as her patient, with his 8-yr-old sister, Mabbie, and Dorothy began analysis with T. Reik and then, later, with Freud. After Sigmund Freud’s death the following year, Dorothy Burlingham settled at 2 Maresfield Gardens, not far from Anna Freud, and in she moved into the.
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Previously unpublished letters from Anna Freud and from Dorothy Burlingham are reproduced here. It used to belong to Anna Freud, and she gave it to one of her staff when her work with the concentration camp children was completed.
Dorothy Trimble Tiffany Burlingham
I went to retrieve three bulging folders from its recesses to refresh my recollections from my time as secretary to Anna Freud. I discovered that their contents were not in any kind of order.
I seem to have talked an awful lot.
She had written a long letter, and it arrived too late:. Thank you for writing about the last letter I wrote her, it was so long. I think we both knew.
She once said to me when we were talking about death: Any one of these notebooks was used up within three—at most four—months. I kept separate notebooks for Minutes of Conferences and Meetings of Study Groups, which buflingham used up at an even faster rate. What did I say in this last paragraph? My writing is very shaky on March 18, I was badly shaken by seeing such a bright If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed dotothy that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click ‘Authenticate’.
Adoption History: Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingham, Infants Without Families,
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