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See above, p. 232. In a diary entry of September 12, 1924, Toni Wolff wrote:

“Does he still see me as anima? Because he is Philemon?” (Diary B, p. 6).

On December 27, 1924, she wrote: “Anima Toni-substitute, because anima is primary, no unconditional attitude toward me .. .. C. told me that I had not been exactly like the anima. The anima said that I was indecently clever” (Diary B, pp. 76, 88).  ~The Black Books, Vol. VII, Page 235, fn 236