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Otto Rank
Otto Rank was an Austrian psychoanalyst who was Sigmund Freud's most intimate friend and colleague for over 20 years.









Full Name Otto Rosenfeld Rank
Who psychoanalyst
Birth Date April 22, 1884
Death Date October 31, 1939
Country Austria
Born Vienna, Austria
Died New York, New York, USA
Cause of Death kidney infection
Education University of Vienna
Father Simon Rosenfeld
Mother Karoline Fleischner Rosenfeld
Spouse

Beata Tola Minzer Rank

Estelle Buell Rank

Siblings an older brother
Children Helene Rank

Connections

Rank was an intimate friend and "right-hand man" of Sigmund Freud, who called him the most brilliant of all his Viennese students. Rank was first hired by Freud in 1906, at the age of 22, as secretary to the small group of physicians who gathered for salon-type discussions with Freud, and soon joined the group himself. Freud became the father figure that Rank had never had, and Rank worked as his personal secretary.

Rank's therapy sessions with Anais Nin were some of the most influential experiences of her life, forever changing her views on women, sexuality, and culture. The two were also rumored to have had an affair.

Rank held therapy sessions with Henry Miller, and helped finance his 1934 book Tropic of Cancer.

Rank was a friend and colleague of Sandor Ferenczi, and collaborated on published scientific works with him.

Rank was a colleague of Ernest Jones, and though at first the two were friends, they later had a feud and many disagreements.


Places

Vienna, Austria - Born here, 1884. Grew up here. Lived here, 1884 - 1914 and 1918 - 1926.

Warsaw, Poland - Stationed here in the army, 1914 - 1918. Married here, 1918.

Krakow, Poland - Stationed here in the army, 1914 - 1918.

Salzburg, Austria - Was often here, approximately 1918 - 1924.

Paris, France - Lived here, 1926 - 1936, though often away for long periods in the United States.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - Was often here for work, 1925 - 1939.

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA - Was often here, 1930 - 1935.

New Haven, Connecticut, USA - Was often here, 1930 - 1935.

Stanford, California, USA - Was often here, 1930 - 1935. Prepared to move here, 1939.

New York, New York, USA - Was often here, 1924 - 1936. Lived here, 1936 - 1939. Died here, 1939.

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