Freuds Lektüren: Von Arthur Conan Doyle bis zu Arthur Schnitzler [Freud's reading: From Arthur Conan Doyle to Arthur Schnitzler]

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From: International Journal of Psychoanalysis
Date: 20070201
Author:Eickhoff, Friedrich-Wilhelm

Freuds Lektüren: Von Arthur Conan Doyle bis zu Arthur Schnitzler [Freud's reading: From Arthur Conan Doyle to Arthur Schnitzler] by Michael Rohrwasser Giessen: Psychosozial Verlag. 2005. 404 p. Reviewed by Friedrich-Wilhelm Eickhoff,1 Engelfriedshalde 20, D-72076 Tübingen, Germany - [email protected]

This invaluable study by the literary critic and professor of contemporary German literature at the Freie Universität, Berlin and formerly of Vienna, which addresses the reciprocal relationship between literature and psychoanalysis, formulating the thesis that 'psychoanalysis is ...

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