André Breton visits Freud in Vienna.
 André Breton
André Breton
"Years before when he was assistant in a psychiatric hospital working with "war neurotics", Breton had already come across psychoanalysis: 'At the same time as I became aware of how Apollinaire was strolling across the Boulevard Saint-Germain with Orpheus' beasts in tow, I discovered that someone had independently broken through into the night of ideas, where they were at their thickest: Sigmund Freud... I was twenty years old when during a holiday in Paris I tried to explain to Apollinaire, Valiry and Gide one after another how Freud - whose name was at the time only known to a few psychiatrists in France - seemed to have turned the world of the spirit upside down..." [André Breton]
In order to enable Lou Andreas-Salome to travel to Vienna Freud sends her the money necessary for the trip, since he is now making a good living from his foreign analysands.
 Lou Andreas Salome
Lou Andreas-Salome
Freud travels through the Harz Mountains with the members of the Secret Committee and presents the following works to his companions: Some Neurotic Mechanisms in Jealousy, Paranoia and Homosexuality, Remarks on the Theory and Practice of Dream- Interpretation and Dreams and Telepathy.
Photo: Members of the Secret Committee
The Secret Committee: Abraham (standing, second from left), Eitingon (standing, second from right), Ferenczi (seated, second from right), Jones, (standing, first from right), Rank (standing, first from right), Sachs (seated, first from right)
This year he published Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego, Dreams and Telepathy and Some Neurotic Mechanisms in Jealousy, Paranoia and Homosexuality.