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Hugo Klajn — psychoanalyst, theatre director, lecturer, and literary scholar — is one of the more intriguing characters in Yugoslav medical history.
Born to a Jewish merchant family in Vukovar at the end of the nineteenth century, Klajn went on to study medicine with some of the most famous figures in recent medical history including Julius Wagner-Jauregg and Emil Kraepelin. In addition to his medical work, Klajn was keenly interested in the cultural application of psychoanalysis.
Already an accomplished left-wing theatre critic by the mids, Klajn soon took on a beautiful young patient named Stana Djuric. The relationship eventually transgressed the boundaries between physician and patient and the two fell in love.
To avoid detection, he began using the pseudonym Uros Kljajic whenever he left the home. When the violence eventually died down, the new government put him to work at Kovin Hospital where be studied the mystifying psychiatric symptoms exhibited by partisans returning from battle. Shortly thereafter, however, his career as an active psychiatrist klwjn to an end as he took up a position at the National Theatre.
The exact reasons for this abrupt career change, however, are somewhat shrouded in controversy.
Language Is His Weapon
Although keen on the position, he was reluctant to give up his clinical work and Djilas relented by allowing him to split his time between the positions. Although Klajn continued his work at Kovin hospital, colleagues soon hugoo to complain that he was not fulfilling his clinical duties. Forced to choose between his two passions, he opted for the theatre. One final possibility concerns the nature of the relationship ilajn Klajn and Stana Djuric.
Djuric was actually Djuric-Ribnikar, the wife of Vladislav Slobodan Ribnikar, a member of the famous Ribnikar family and chief director of the newspaper Politika. Ribnikar has been friendly with the Communists since the s and Tito may have even used his house in a Belgrade suburb for secret meetings.
In the post-war period, Ribnikar also filled various important roles in the new government. Klajn went on to enjoy an immense career klajh a theatre director, poet, musician, lecturer, and expert on Shakespeare. Despite his post-war fame in dramatic circles, Klajn remained dedicated to the ideas and theories of psychoanalysis.
He continued to publish translations of Freud as well as psychoanalytic interpretations of Shakespeare, the poet Miroslav Krleza, and novels such as Klajb and Punishment. Klajn never returned to medicine in any substantive sense although he did occasionally continue attend meetings of psychoanalytically-minded practitioners.
His achievements and contributions to Yugoslav psychiatry, psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis were eventually recognised with honorary membership in both the Assembly of Croatian Doctors and Association of Yugoslav Psychotherapists. The Present The Renaissance Mathematicus. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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