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Freud A to Z by Sharon Heller

Freud A to Z

by Sharon Heller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471468681, Paperback)

A lively guide to the life and work of the father of psychoanalysis
From Anna O. to Zionism, this uniquely accessible A-to-Z reference presents a comprehensive overview of Freud's ideas, family, colleagues, patients, writings, and legacy. Mixing humor, passion, and knowledge, each of the more than 100 fascinating entries offers a revealing look at some aspect of Freud's world, be it a description of his famed pillowed office at Berggasse 19 or an account of his intense feud with former student Carl Jung.
Sharon Heller, PhD (Boynton Beach, FL), is the author of three popular psychology books.

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"The first book of its kind, Freud A to Z presents a comprehensive overview of this intellectual giant, featuring more than one hundred informative essays that examine his life, his work, his progeny, and his legacy to psychology." "From Anna O. to Zionism, each entry features an account of one aspect of Freud's world, from his famed pillowed office at Berggasse 19 and the birth of the id/ego/superego to his work with patients and his intense feud with former follower Carl Jung. Freud A to Z offers a rare glimpse into the private life of the man whose inner demons sometimes led him down erroneous paths, and whose ideas and writings influenced our culture in countless ways, from interpretation of dreams to child-rearing and even Woody Allen films. Students, devoted supporters, and critics alike will discover new insights into this fastidious, brilliant, and troubled human being who remains a towering figure of modern history."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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