1st Edition

Freud and Dora: 100 Years Later
Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 25.1

ISBN 9781138161818
Published February 27, 2017 by Routledge
118 Pages

USD $190.00

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Book Description

This book presents a case study of Freud and Dora and examines the relationship between Freud and Dora. The book focuses on what is missing from Freud's clinical case report—description of the interactions between analyst and patient.

Table of Contents

SUSAN S. LEVINE, L.C.S.W., Issue Editor--Prologue
LILLIAN WEISSBERG, Ph.D.--Exit Dora: Freud's Patient Takes Leave
PATRICK J. MAHONY, PH.D.--Freud's Unadorned and Unadorable:
A Case History Terminable and Interminable
DAVID M. SACHS, M.D.--Reflections on Freud's Dora Case After 48 Years
MELVIN BORNSTEIN, M.D.--What Freud Did Not Write About Dora
EMILY A. KURILOFF, PSY.D.--What's Going On with Dora? An Interpersonal Perspective
JEAN-MICHEL RABAT, PH.D.--Dora's Gift; Or, Lacan's Homage to Dora
PAUL H. ORNSTEIN, M.D.--When "Dora" Came to See Me for a Second Analysis
SUSAN S. LEVINE, L.C.S.W., Issue Editor--Epilogue

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