By Sharon Heller
A full of life advisor to the existence and paintings of the daddy of psychoanalysis From Anna O. to Zionism, this uniquely obtainable A-to-Z reference provides a finished evaluate of Freud's rules, kinfolk, colleagues, sufferers, writings, and legacy. blending humor, ardour, and data, all of the greater than a hundred attention-grabbing entries deals a revealing examine a few point of Freud's global, be it an outline of his famed pillowed workplace at Berggasse 19 or an account of his excessive feud with former scholar Carl Jung. Sharon Heller, PhD (Boynton seashore, FL), is the writer of 3 well known psychology books.
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The Herzl Club greeted Freud “reverentially” as “the son of our people, whose seventy-fifth birthday is a day of joy and pride for all of Jewry,” while Viennese institutions such as the Psychiatric Neurological Clinic and the Association for Applied Psychopathology and Psychology sent their warmest greetings. Biography 37 Freud took some of these tributes coolly, even resentfully. When he learned in March that to celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday the Society of Physicians proposed to make him an honorary member, he bitterly recalled the humiliations the Viennese medical establishment had visited on him decades before.
See also Breuer, Josef; Feminism; Hysteria. Antiquities Long interested in archaeology and ancient or “dead” cultures, Freud began collecting antiquities in 1896, the year that his father died. Hunting down ancient artifacts would become a lifelong passion, and his collection eventually included Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Etruscan, and Far Eastern items. Antiquities filled Freud’s office, including artwork that revealed his ideas about unconscious motives. One piece was an 18 Antiquities engraving of Andre Brouillet’s painting La Lefon Clinique du Dr Charcot, which shows Jean Charcot demonstrating a female hysteric to a rapt audience in the Salpêtrière Hospital.
See Defense Mechanisms; Family, the Mother: Amalia Freud; Topographical Model. Atheist See Religion. Beyond the Pleasure Principle 23 Berggasse 19 In the fall of 1891, the Freuds moved to Berggasse 19, to an apartment on the first floor of an ordinary Viennese house with a butcher shop downstairs. Freud lived there for forty-seven years. A glass plate on the door read “Prof. Dr. ” The consulting room where Freud saw his patients and his adjoining study overflowed with oriental rugs, photographs of friends, and plaques.
Freud A to Z by Sharon Heller