Review: PUTNAM CAMP by George Prochnik

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Peter D. Kramer for NY Times Books (Dec. 24, 2006)

“Sigmund Freud visited the United States only once, in 1909. As his boat reached the East River, Freud asked his companions, Carl Jung and Sandor Ferenczi, “Don’t they know we’re bringing them the plague?” G. Stanley Hall, a psychologist and the president of Clark University, in Worcester, Mass., had invited Freud to deliver five lectures.”

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