Le Dr Freud comme dans un roman

Austrian psychoanlyst Sigmund Freud leaves Victoria Station after his arrival in London 06 June 1938. Freud had his passport restored to him unexpectedly by the Nazi authorities. He was allowed to take out of Austria only his furniture, his library and his collection of Greek and Egyptian antiques. / AFP PHOTO / FILES PLANET NEWS
Austrian psychoanlyst Sigmund Freud leaves Victoria Station after his arrival in London 06 June 1938. Freud had his passport restored to him unexpectedly by the Nazi authorities. He was allowed to take out of Austria only his furniture, his library and his collection of Greek and Egyptian antiques. / AFP PHOTO / FILES PLANET NEWS ©AFP
Réédition du premier livre publié en 1986 par l’analyste Lydia Flem. Une écriture cristalline sur la vie quotidienne de Sigmund Freud.

Comme, à l’orée du XXe siècle, la psychanalyse n’existait pas, il lui fallut se résoudre à l’inventer sur lui-même. Sigmund Freud (Freiberg, 6 mai 1856 - Londres, 23 septembre 1939), alors jeune médecin promis à la neurologie, éminemment intéressé par les travaux de Josef Breuer sur la "cure par la parole" (talking cure ou

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