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Freud and his followers.

Author: Paul Roazen
Publisher: New York, Knopf, 1975 [©1974]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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"Drawing on several hundred interviews with more than 70 people who knew Freud, as well as the unreleased papers of his authorized biographer, Ernest Jones, Paul Roazen has added dramatically to our knowledge of the man who transfigured human understanding."--Jacket flap.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Roazen, Paul, 1936-2005.
Freud and his followers.
New York, Knopf, 1975 [©1974]
(OCoLC)568583341
Named Person: Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Roazen
ISBN: 0394488962 9780394488967
OCLC Number: 800637
Description: xxxiv, 602, xiii pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Meeting Freud's patients and pupils --
I. The oral tradition in psychoanalysis. The legend of Freud ; Finding out about Freud the man --
II. Background and character. "All the defiance and all the passions" ; Childhood and youth ; Love and marriage ; Family life --
III. A science of dreaming. "Struggles for recognition" ; Early mentor: Josef Breuer ; Self-analysis ; Wilhelm Fliess ; The unconscious ; The talking cure --
IV. Freud as a therapist. The technique of neutrality ; Research aims ; Character and symptoms ; Worthiness ; Counter-transference and the value of enlightenment ; Words and power --
V. Public controversies: Alfred Adler and Wilhelm Stekel. Collaboration ; The will to power ; Priorities ; Revisionism ; Thanatos --
VI. The "Crown Prince": Carl Gustav Jung. The science of psychiatry ; The occult ; Oedipus ; The primal father ; Analytical psychology ; Afterward --
VII. The loyal movement. Elder statesmen ; Victor Tausk and Lou Andreas-Salomé ; Apostles ; The "wild hunt" ; Ernest Jones: pioneer ; Ernest Jones and Sandor Ferenczi: rivalry ; Sandor Ferenczi: technique and historical victim ; The Americans: J.J. Putnam and H.W. Frink ; The Americans: A.A. Brill and the future of the cause --
VIII. Otto Rank: sons and fathers. The trauma of birth ; Premature grief ; Will and the artist --
IX. The women. Ruth Mack Brunswick: "The Rabbi May" ; Ruth Mack Brunswick: dependency and addiction ; Anna Freud: child analysis ; Anna Freud: Ego psychology ; Helene Deutsch: the black cat card club ; Helene Deutsch: the theory of femininity ; Melanie Klein: "The English school" --
X. Old age. Illness ; Dissenters ; Erikson and Hartmann ; Wider identity ; Exile and death.

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"Drawing on several hundred interviews with more than 70 people who knew Freud, as well as the unreleased papers of his authorized biographer, Ernest Jones, Paul Roazen has added dramatically to our knowledge of the man who transfigured human understanding."--Jacket flap.

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