Dear Professor Freud, 31 January 1911
Many thanks for all the news in you~ last letter. – As I am laid low with influenza, this will be only a soulless typed letter.”
Stekel’s aphorisms are atrocious.
A blessing they were suppressed – The real reason for my writing to you in haste and so disjointedly, and sending the letter by a third hand, is to introduce a friend from my student days at Basel University, a surgeon-.
He is an amiable fellow with a laudable if limited interest in psychoanalysis.
He won’t make a nuisance of himself in any way, only wants to take a modest seat in the Vienna Society and learn a thing or two.
The name is Dr. Achilles Muiller.
I had no idea of the mishap that has befallen your son.
In the circumstances it is a miracle that he got off so lightly.
These accidents are terribly dangerous. – My wife and I send heartfelt wishes for speedy recovery.
Best regards and wishes for your own health,
Most sincerely yours,
JUNG ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung Letters, Vol. 1, Page 389