1. What do the fictional letters between Sigmund Freud, his colleagues, and their friends contain?
(a) Accounts of the day Freud spends with the composer Gustav Mahler.
(b) Love poems between Freud and his mistress.
(c) Unusual psychosexual writings of one of Freud's young patients.
(d) Suggestions for new therapy techniques.
2. The first letter, written September 8, 1909, is from Sandor Ferenczi to whom?
(a) Don Giovanni.
(b) Her Kuhn.
(c) His lover, Gisela.
(d) Sigmund Freud.
3. What does Freud have no trouble analyzing?
(a) His friends dreams.
(b) His own dreams, which are about his daughter.
(c) Ferenczi's dream, which is about Gisela.
(d) The young woman's dreams.
4. Why can Ferenczi not marry Gisela?
(a) He is already married.
(b) She is already married.
(c) He is a priest.
(d) Her family does not approve of him.
5. Who does Freud lose?
(a) His best friend.
(b) His daughter.
(c) His mind.
(d) His mother.
6. What does Freud tell Ferenczi, regarding the girl's writings?
(a) They are psychotic.
(b) She needs to be institutionalized.
(c) They are the most interesting he has studied.
(d) She gave birth to them.
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