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Article:Conrad Aiken
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Conrad Aiken's interest in Freud was reciprocated by the great psychoanalyst, who was equally interested in how Aiken used Freudian concepts in his fiction. Freud went so far as to call Aiken's ''Great Circle'' one of his favorite novels. At one point Freud expressed interest in meeting Aiken face-to-face to discuss psychoanalysis. Aiken agreed and set off to Europe, but by chance on the boat over met [[Erich Fromm]], a Freud disciple, who convinced Aiken that it would be a bad idea for the writer to have sessions with Freud. Because of this, the two never met.<ref>[http://www.patsymoore.com/bohemians/AF15.html The Bohemian Aesthetic]</ref>
 
Conrad Aiken's interest in Freud was reciprocated by the great psychoanalyst, who was equally interested in how Aiken used Freudian concepts in his fiction. Freud went so far as to call Aiken's ''Great Circle'' one of his favorite novels. At one point Freud expressed interest in meeting Aiken face-to-face to discuss psychoanalysis. Aiken agreed and set off to Europe, but by chance on the boat over met [[Erich Fromm]], a Freud disciple, who convinced Aiken that it would be a bad idea for the writer to have sessions with Freud. Because of this, the two never met.<ref>[http://www.patsymoore.com/bohemians/AF15.html The Bohemian Aesthetic]</ref>
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he went to jail for muder and got out the same night
   
 
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