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"One of them takes the importance of the experience as a motive for wanting it remembered, but the other - the force of resistance - opposes this preferential choice."
Screen Memories, p. 7

"Such a memory, whose value consists in the fact that it represents thoughts and impressions from a later period and that its content is connected with these by links of a symbolic or similar nature, is what I would call a screen memory."
Screen Memories, p. 15

"It is perhaps altogether questionable whether we have any conscious memories from childhood: perhaps we have only memories of childhood."
Screen Memories, p. 21

"Instead of playing, he now fantasizes, building castles in the air and fashioning what are called daydreams."
The Creative Writer and Daydreams, p. 27

"Indeed the progress of society in general rests upon the opposition between the generations."
Family Romances, p. 37


"The child's overestimation of his parents is thus...

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