People, Jun. 12, 1972

The frail old lady in the big baroque chair listened gravely to the speeches. The honorary doctorate, said Professor Hans Strotzka, "is a symbolic act which marks a formal end to the exclusion of psychoanalysis from Vienna University." Dr. Anna Freud, 76, was being honored at last in the city from which her pioneering father, Dr. Sigmund Freud, fled 34 years ago. Other speakers insisted that the tribute was hers alone, for her work in child psychoanalysis. Anna Freud felt otherwise. "Academic honors are not usually hereditary," she said in the dry, careful...

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