In recent times, both the man, and the discipline he invented - psychoanalysis - have come under a re-evaluation on both sides of the Atlantic. This book depicts Freud's life and ideas, from his birth above a blacksmith's forge in a secluded corner of the Austro-Hungarian empire to his death in London in 1939, where he had come as a refugee from Nazi Europe.
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Wilson qualified as a doctor in 1968 and specialized in psychiatry at Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge, and the Littlemore and Warneford Hospitals in Oxford.From AudioFile:
Two nonfiction titles from ISIS profile fascinating men of the early part of this century. Both feature literate texts, the voices of British-sounding readers, dark sound quality and sloppy edits. Martyn Read delivers FREUD as if narrating a travelogue, imposing a phony BBC accent over his cockney and mispronouncing many of the long words. Nigel Graham does far better with the "Mad Monk," scrupulously rendering the Russian names and adopting a more appropriate style for historical narration. Y.R. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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