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Freud's blind spot : 23 original essays on cherished, estranged, lost, hurtful, hopeful, complicated siblings

Author: Elisa Albert
Publisher: New York : Free Press, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Free Press trade pbk. edView all editions and formats
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Freud's Blind Spot is an anthology of original essays by prominent literary authors exploring the richness of the sibling relationship.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elisa Albert
ISBN: 9781439154724 1439154724 9781439198810 1439198810
OCLC Number: 464592577
Description: x, 273 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Elisa Albert --
The brothers grim / Steve Almond --
Elliot / Lauren Grodstein --
Any day now / Joanna Hershon --
Islanders / Eric Orner --
Dyke bridge / Peter Orner --
Sean / Robert Anthony Siegel --
Jackie / Margo Rabb --
Gender studies / Mary Norris --
The gospel according to P --
/ Victor LaValle --
Who will save us now / Nalini Jones --
Questions I've always wanted to ask my brother Steve, but never have until now / T Cooper --
True brothers / James Canon --
Crush / Nellie Hermann --
Bodies of water / Miranda Beverly-Whittemore --
Brotherly love / Edward Schwarzschild --
Burning questions / Jill Soloway and Faith Soloway --
The age of innocence / Daphne Beal --
The roof beneath our feet / Jay Nicorvo --
Tickle or torture / Vestal McIntyre --
Sisterless / Angela Pneuman --
Halfway / Nat Bennett --
N / Rebecca Wolff.
Responsibility: edited by Elisa Albert.
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"An introspective, provocative collection of firsthand accounts of siblinghood's joys and pains." --"Kirkus Reviews"

 
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