Mousetraps and the Moon: The Strange Ride of Sigmund Freud and the Early Years of Psychoanalysis

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Lexington Books, 2000 - 290 ページ
Intended as a follow-up to the author's earlier work, Maelzel's Chess Player: Sigmund Freud and the Rhetoric of Deceit (1994), this text looks at how Freud carried out his research and medical duties in the early years. Wilcocks (modern French literature, U. of Alberta, Edmonton) finds the picture to be less than flattering. His contention is that Freud's great influence may be attributed to his mastery of language, rather than his insight into human beings, and that he was "frequently dishonest and mostly incompetent" (from the introduction). Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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The Medawar Sentence
1
From the Baltic to the Correspondence
33
From the Correspondence to the Sanatorium Loew
73
Interlude Voi che sapete che cosa è amor
111
From the Sanatorium to the Theater of the Self
137
A Present for the Bride and Groom
181
The Finest Story in the World
215
Coda You have been in Afghanistan I perceive The Papers on Technique
247
Selected Bibliography
273
Index
287
About the Author
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Robert Wilcocks is Professor of Modern French Literature at the University of Alberta. He has published three books, most recentlyMaelzel's Chess Player: Sigmund Freud and the Rhetoric of Deceit (Rowman & Littlefield, 1994).

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