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Austrian neurologist who originated psychoanalysis (1856-1939)

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Correspondence, 1904-1938: Sigmund Freud and Anna Freud.
I can see from you how old I am, because you are as old as psychoanalysis," writes Freud to his youngest daughter, Anna, on her birthday (3).
Clement's grandfather Sigmund Freud revolutionised 20th century understanding of the human mind.
Clement's brother, top painter Lucian Freud, died in 2011 worth PS125million.
After Freud Left: A Century of Psychoanalysis in America by John Burnham, Ed.
The nine essays in After Freud Left, penned by a cross-section of academics and practicing psychoanalysts, seek to remedy this regnant understanding.
Psychoanalysis went global in the fall of 1909 when Sigmund Freud left Europe to deliver five lectures at a conference at Clark University.
Surprisingly, Freud delivered his lectures in German to a large audience of experts and lay people that included people as diverse as William James and Emma Goldman, who was living in Worcester at the time.
One Sigmund Freud is a young Austrian neurologist grappling emotionally with the recent death of his father and articulating his bold new theory of the Oedipal complex in a lecture to fellow physicians.
Freud is the kindly dean of psychoanalysis, an illustrious septuagenarian who cannot believe the fascist brutality of Nazi Germany will spread to his cultivated home city of Vienna.
Between 1904 and 1913, Jung is ascending, Freud is declining (physically) and the world feels the aftershocks.
Here, Jung and Freud are too important for the room - and certainly for their own egos - but the attempt to show us the price they've paid for their genius is dispassionate at best.
Bryher sends him J' Accuse, the World Alliance for Combating Antisemitism pamphlet exposing Nazi atrocities, and funds in case the Freuds should be forced to leave Vienna.
Sigmund Freud came to Clark for his first and only visit to the United States.
Among Edward Said's last works is the text of a lecture he delivered at the invitation of the Freud Museum in London on the topic of "Freud and the Non-European.