Sigmund Freud - An Introduction  

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"The witty Viennese writer, Karl Kraus, expressed this truth paradoxically in his cynical remark : "Coitus is merely an unsatisfactory substitute for masturbation.”"--Sigmund Freud - An Introduction (1947) by Walter Hollitscher


"Intercourse with a woman is sometimes a satisfactory substitute for masturbation. But it takes a lot of imagination to make it work."-- Die Fackel, 2 July 1907, Karl Kraus

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Sigmund Freud - An Introduction (1947) is a book by Walter Hollitscher.



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