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By Haute, Philippe van; Freud, Sigmund; Geyskens, Tomas; Lacan, Jacques

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Instead of experiencing a pleasurable genital sensation, “Dora was overcome by the unpleasurable feeling that is proper to the tract of the mucous membrane at the entrance of the alimentary canal – that is by disgust” (Freud 1905a, 29). This first scene has other repercussions: from this point onward Dora refuses to walk beside a man involved in a passionate or tender conversation with a woman. Freud links this refusal to the fact that during Herr K’s embrace she experienced the pressure of his erect penis against her body.

According to Freud the case of Dora is the most subtle and frightening story he ever wrote (Freud 1985, 433). In the book he discusses bisexuality and the erotogenic zones for the first time: “There are only glimpses of the organic (elements), that is, the erotogenic zones and bisexuality” (Freud 1985, 434). For a long time bisexuality played a role in the biological theories of Wilhelm Fliess and, following the abandonment of the seduction theory, it comes to occupy a central position in Freud’s thoughts on hysteria.

Finally, it has also become clear that Freud does not for a moment doubt the reality of the trauma, but only revises his theory on the trauma as the specific cause of hysteria. We discuss all these elements extensively in the next chapter, but it is already clear at this point that the existing literature (Masson, Kris and others) does not do this statement justice. See: R. Queneau, Zazie dans le métro. During the early years of psychoanalysis Freud indeed seemed to identify sexual perversion with mental health.

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