Freud: The Man, the Scientist and the Birth of Psychoanalysis

Freud: The Man, the Scientist and the Birth of Psychoanalysis

Ruth Sheppard
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Author:  Ruth Sheppard
Condition:  New
Format:  Hardback
Pages:  176
Publisher:  Welbeck Publishing Group
Year:  2019
ISBN:  9780233005461

Freud is a compelling account of his life. It is the only biography of the great man to contain 15 items of memorabilia from the Sigmund Freud Archives in the US, and the Freud Museum, London. It examines how he developed the theories for which he became famous, as well as revealing his struggles, neuroses and his attempts to use his own techniques to understand himself. The diary extracts and personal notes shown provide a small insight into the extraordinary mind of the man who defined our own.

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