Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editor, Joseph H. Smith ; assistant editor, Gloria H. Parloff, editorial aides, Katherine S. Henry, Eve Nelson Shapiro.|
|Series||Psychiatry and the humanities ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||Smith, Joseph H., 1927-|
|LC Classifications||RC321 .P943 vol. 4, PN56.P92 .P943 vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 390 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||390|
|LC Control Number||79019104|
Perry Meisel is Professor of English at New York University. His many books include The Cowboy and the Dandy: Crossing Over from Romanticism to Rock and Roll, The Myth of the Modern: A Study in British Literature and Criticism After , Bloomsbury/Freud: The Letters of James and Mix Strachey, , and Freud: A Collection of Critical cturer: Routledge. The book reconstructs a Freud of deep human sympathies, wide reading, and wide-ranging importance Well researched and including a brief bibliography. Highly recommended. CHOICE (The book) is clearly and forcefully written, keeps technical language to a minimum, brings in numerous real-life examples Cited by: 7. The Literary Freud. DOI link for The Literary Freud. The Literary Freud book. The Literary Freud. DOI link for The Literary Freud. The Literary Freud book. By Perry Meisel. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 18 October Pub. location New York. Imprint by: 9. But Freud was also a man singularly of his own time, steeped in Old World culture and moral gravitas, informed by the classical, premodernist perspective of his literary heroes, Goethe and : Daphne Merkin.
“David Copperfield” was Sigmund Freud’s favorite novel by Dickens. Freud also gave a copy of this book to his fiancee Martha Bernays on the day of their engagement. The tragedy about Copperfield's life is largely tied to the author's own. In , Minna Bernays, Martha Freud's sister, became a permanent member of the Freud household after the death of her fiancé. The close relationship she formed with Freud led to rumours, started by Carl Jung, of an discovery of a Swiss hotel guest-book entry for 13 August , signed by Freud whilst travelling with his sister-in-law, has been presented as Awards: Goethe Prize (), Foreign Member . This original book investigates the role played by literature in Sigmund Freud's creation and development of psychoanalysis. Graham Frankland analyzes the whole range of Freud's own texts from a literary-critical perspective, providing a comprehensive reappraisal of his life's work. Here is a list of scholars we encourage you to explore to further your understanding of this theory: Harold Bloom - A Theory of Poetry, ; Poetry and Repression: Revisionism from Blake to Stevens, Peter Brooks. Jacque Lacan - The Ego in Freud's Theory and in the Technique of.
During these later years Freud built on ideas from ’s Totem and Taboo and fully expanded his psychological analysis into a philosophical and cultural theory in books like The Future of an Illusion, Civilization and its Discontents, and Moses and those who have primarily encountered Freud in intro to psych classes, these works can seem strange indeed, given the . Later, in collaboration with Viennese physician Josef Breuer, Freud wrote two papers on hysteria (, ) that were the precursors of his vast body of psychoanalytic theory. Freud used his psychoanalytic method primarily to treat clients suffering from a variety of mild mental disorders classified until recently as neuroses (see neurosis). This original study investigates the role played by literature in Sigmund Freud's creation and development of psychoanalysis. Graham Frankland analyses the whole range of Freud's own texts from a literary-critical perspective, providing a comprehensive reappraisal of his life's work. Freud was steeped in classical European literature but seems initially to have repressed all literary. Freud's Uncanny is striking for the way that it teases out what Freud claims are universal psychic truths from a study of literature, especially that of E.T.A. the English-language reader, and in fact, to many German readers, it might go unnoticed that Freud draws heavily on literature throughout the essay, and not just with reference to Hoffmann.