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By Elisabeth Young-Bruehl
This variation of Elisabeth Young-Bruehl's definitive biography of pioneering baby analyst Anna Freud includes—among different new features—a significant retrospective creation through the author.
“Young-Bruehl’s description of 1 of the main advanced yet significant lighting in psychoanalytic background has stood as a beacon to scholars of psychoanalytic heritage. it's the most sensible so much rigorously crafted biography of any psychoanalyst and it illuminates the whole culture with a readability that merely the exploration of the lifetime of the daughter of the founding father of the stream might be able to offer. it's a superbly written insightful and remarkably edifying piece of labor. the simplest has simply acquired better.”
-- Peter Fonagy, Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, collage collage London
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29. The Devil riding off with a witch Woodcut from Olaus Magnus, Historia de gentibus septentrionalibus, Rome, 1555; from de Givry, Le Musée des Sorciers, p. 207, fig. 164. 30. Quetzalcoatl devouring a man From the Codex Borbonicus, Aztec, 16th century. Library of the Palais Bourbon, Paris. Drawing from Danzel, “Altmexi-kanische Symbolik,” p. 235. 31. C. Drawing from Chapouthier, Les Dioscures, fig. 67, p. 324. 33 32. The woman in the moon Tattoo pattern, Haida Indians, Northwest America. Drawing from Danzel, Symbole, pl.
It has been known to mankind for thousands of years; indeed it has become something of a truism. One remembers having heard even at school of Egyptian and Chaldaean dream-interpreters. Everyone knows the story of Joseph, who interpreted Pharaoh’s dreams, and of Daniel and the dream of King Nebuchadnezzar; and the dream-book of Artemidorus is familiar to many of us. From the written records of all times and peoples we learn of significant and prophetic dreams, of warning dreams and of healing dreams sent by the gods.
Anna Freud: A Biography (2nd Edition) by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl