Marie Bonaparte

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Marie Bonaparte  -  A princess of Greece and Denmark and a resident of Paris, Marie  Bonaparte was one of Freud's most faithful analysands. She was instrumental in his  escape from Austria in 1938.  Ernst Brücke   -  Brücke was Freud's favorite mentor during his years at the University  of Vienna. Under Brücke's direction, Freud did research on brain anatomy and histology.  Brücke helped convince Freud to leave the field of neuroscience for private practice in  neurology in 1882.  W. C. Bullitt  -  The American Ambassador to France, in 1938 he helped Freud and his  family obtain exit permits from Austria.  Charles Darwin  -  Hugely influential author of  The Origin of Species  and other works on  the theory of evolution.  Max Eitington  -  A psychoanalyst and one of Freud's closest friends. A member of the  "Committee," he became president of the International Psychoanalytic Association in 
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course HIST 2320 taught by Professor Siegenthaler during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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