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Papers on Psycho-analysis - Page 61
by Ernest Jones - 1913 - 432 pages
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The Egoist: A Comedy in Narrative, Volume 1

George Meredith - 1879
...Whitford .... your swans coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant ! I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked admiration for some one else will naturally be discouraged ?" Sir Willoughby stiffened with sudden enlightenment....
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The egoist: a comedy in narrative

George Meredith - 1897 - 523 pages
...leaving you ? " " False alarm ! The resolution to do anything unaccustomed is quite beyond old Vernon." " But if Mr. Oxford — Whitford . . . your swans coming...you, surely men witnessing a marked admiration for some one else will naturally be discouraged ? " Sir Willoughby. stiffened with sudden enlightenment.!...
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The works of George Meredith, Volume 13

George Meredith - 1897
...Whitford . . . your swans coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant ! I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked admiration for some one else will naturally be discouraged?' Sir Willoughby stiffened with sudden enlightenment. Though...
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The American Journal of Psychology

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1911
...Whitford . . . your swans coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant.1 I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked admiration for some one else will naturally be discouraged?" "Sir Willoughby stiffened with sudden enlightenment."...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 22

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1911
...Whitford . . . your swans coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant.1 I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked admiration for some one else will naturally be discouraged?" "Sir Willoughby stiffened with sudden enlightenment."...
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Psychopathology of everyday life

Sigmund Freud - Association of ideas - 1914 - 341 pages
...-Whitford . . . your swans, coming sailing up the lake ; how beautiful they look when they are indignant ! I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked admiration for some one else will naturally be discouraged ? ' Sir Willoughby stiffened with sudden enlightenment....
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The Psychopathology of Everyday Life

Sigmund Freud - Psychology - 1966 - 310 pages
...Whitford . . . your swans, coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant! I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked...she says: " 'Tell Mr. Vernon— tell Mr. Whitford.' " .10° The view101 of slips of the tongue which is advocated here can meet the test even in the most...
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Speech Errors as Linguistic Evidence

Victoria Fromkin - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1973 - 269 pages
...Whitford . . . your swans, coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant! I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked...Sir Willoughby stiffened with sudden enlightenment." 97 In reproducing this in the second of his Introductory Lectures, Freud added a further comment of...
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The Egoist

George Meredith - Fiction - 1995 - 434 pages
...Whitford . . . your swans coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant! I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked...admiration for someone else will naturally be discouraged?' Hand and glove have only to meet. Where there is natural harmony you would not have discord. Ay, but...
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The Psychopathology of Everyday Life

Sigmund Freud - Psychology - 2003 - 264 pages
...Whitford . . . 94 your swans, coming sailing up the lake, how beautiful they look when they are indignant. I was going to ask you, surely men witnessing a marked...intimate footing with Vernon Whitford. Speaking to a boyfriend, she says: "Tell Mr Vernon - tell Mr Whitford'"."2 The theory of slips of the tongue proposed...
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