The Secret Autobiography of Sigmund Freud: Compiled from His Private Notes and Personal Letters
|Author: ||Evans, Ken|
Sigmund Freud wrote a secret autobiography and entrusted it to Thomas Mann. He asked Mann to ensure his narrative not be lost or suppressed. In subsequent years, the autobiography plus many of Freud's private letters were acquired by various libraries. Professor Kenneth Evans has gathered these documents and, in this book, he has compiled them into a chronological text. This is not a work of fiction but a book that reveals a hidden side of Freud that has not been publicly recognized or evaluated.
"Freud saw each of his visits to Rome as a means of experimenting with his private life, with his several selves, his personal relationships, sexual proclivities, private obsessions and his literary interests to such a point, that he came to see himself as Roman and Rome as Freudian!"
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