Quotation by Thomas Mann

"Come unto me," [Krokowski] was saying, though not in those words, "come unto me, all ye who are weary and heavy-laden".... He spoke of secret suffering, of shame and sorrow, of the redeeming power of the analytic. He advocated the bringing of light into the unconscious mind.
Thomas Mann (1875–1955), German author, critic. Originally published as Der Zauberberg, Fischer (1924). The Magic Mountain, ch. 4, p. 130, trans. by Helen T. Lowe-Porter, The Modern Library, McGraw-Hill (1955).

Parody of psychoanalysis as pseudo-religion.
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