The Schreber Case: Sigmund Freud ; Translated by Andrew Webber, with an Introduction by Colin McCabe
Penguin Books, 2003 - 69 Seiten
Freud rarely treated psychotic patients or psychoanalyzed people just from their writings, but he had a powerful and imaginative understanding of their condition--revealed, most notably, in this analysis of a remarkable memoir. In 1903, Judge Daniel Schreber, a highly intelligent and cultured man, produced a vivid account of his nervous illness dominated by the desire to become a woman, terrifying delusions about his doctor, and a belief in his own special relationship with God. Eight years later, Freud's penetrating insight uncovered the impulses and feelings Schreber had about his father, which underlay his extravagant symptoms.
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Review: The Schreber CaseNutzerbericht - Cassidy - Goodreads
I had to read it for a class, it was really awesome actually and put me into the mindset of a middle aged man who is having a sexual identity crisis. I found it quite funny! And it was only 96 pages give or take, so It only took a few hours to read, yay! Vollständige Rezension lesen
How normal we areNutzerbericht - Overstock.com
A very useful material to read so we can realize How normal we are in general.
The Presenting Past: The Core of Psychodynamic Counselling and Therapy
Eingeschränkte Leseprobe - 2005