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Sigmund Freud

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Freud, Amalie (mother) 5 Freud, Jacob (father) 5 Freud, Sigmund: accusation of being pansexualist 81–82; analytic and rhetorical techniques 66; backlash against and criticism of 10–11, 110, 131–34; contradictions in works 3; and death of father 46; early medical career 6–7; encountering of anti-Semitism in Vienna 6; engagement 7; fascination with archaeology 8; feminist critique of 112, 124–25, 131–32; history of life and cultural circumstances 5–9; impact of 1; increase in interest in theories of 9; influences on 8; intellectual friendships 10; as a mechanist 6; personal criticisms of 131; relations with first analysts 9; relevance of today 11, 133–34; revising psychoanalytic theory 7, 77; and self analysis 9; use of literary sources to support theories 78, 114; writings see case histories; writings (see also individual titles) Freud, Sophie (daughter) 8 ‘Freud Wars’ 132 Freudian slips 33 Freudian symbolism 36–37, 116, 120 ‘Future of an Illusion, The’ 102–3, 108 gaze, the 128 genital stage 52, 54 Golden Bough, The (Frazer) 96 group psychology 92 ‘Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego’ 92 guilt 89, 90, 99–100, 101, 104 Hall, Stuart 94 Hamlet 114 heimlich 115, 117 heterosexuality 48, 49, 74, 129 Hirschfeld, Magnus 8 Hoffmann, E.T.A.: ‘The Sandman’ 116, 118 Holmes, Sherlock 26, 27 homosexuality 50, 55, 56; attitude towards 73; case study 73–75; Oedipal law 129–30 hypnosis 20–22, 24, 25, 37–38 hysteria (hysterics) 7, 8, 16–22, 16, 37, 69, 85; case study of Dora 55, 61, 68–73; and Charcot 15, 17, 19–20; firm-handed cures 19; gaps in memories 69; and hypnosis 20–22, 37; ideas on causes of 16, 17; and infantile sexuality 17, 23; and repressed memories 21–22, 37, 51, 93; and Salpêtrière asylum 15; and seduction theory 22–24; sexual element in 22, 36, 37; shift of focus from biological sources to narrative sources 17; and social position of women 17–18; symptoms of 17, 27–28; talking and listening cure 19–20, 25; see also Studies on Hysteria id 8, 77, 78–82, 80, 90, 91 incest: anthropological work on 95–96 infantile amnesia 51 infantile narcissism 79 infantile sexuality 2, 7, 40, 41–47, 48, 51–53, 57–58, 95, 132; and anal stage 51–52; and castration complex 54–55, 58, 60, 61, 87; difficulty in path towards adult ‘normal’ sexuality 49; and genital stage 52, 54; and hysteria 17, 23; and infantile amnesia 51; not just focusing on genitals 52; and Oedipus complex see Oedipus complex; and oral stage 41, 51; and penis envy 55, 58, 124, 125; sexual desire structured by polysexuality 48; sexual instincts divided into an aim and an object 48, 57; and sucking on mother’s breast 41, 42; and Wolf Man case study 65–68

instincts 77, 77, 78, 79, 82, 103, 108; see also ego; id; pleasure principle; super-ego ‘Instincts and their Vicissitudes’ 83 interpretation 2, 3, 7, 26–39, 120; of dreams see Interpretation of Dreams, The; importance of, to analytic scene 3; tools of psychoanalytic 33–39 Interpretation of Dreams, The 3, 7, 30–33, 49, 84, 114; combination of several genres of writing 30; index of dreams 30; on Oedipus Rex 44; and the principle of constancy 83; self-analysis in 9, 31, 46 introjection 89 James, Henry: ‘The Turn of the Screw’ 127–28 Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious 3, 7 Judaism 5–6, 100 Jung, C.G. 10 kissing 50 Klein, Melanie 111 Krafft-Ebing, Richard von 8 Lacan, Jacques 124, 125–27, 127–29; and language 125–26, 127, 130; and the phallus 126, 127; ‘Seminar on the Purloined Letter’ 119 language: formation of sexual and gender identity within 125–26, 129 Lanzer, Ernst see Rat Man ‘Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood’ 8, 112, 114 libido 41, 48, 83 Liébeault, Ambroise 20 literary criticism: and backlash against Freud 110, 131–34; influence of psychoanalysis on 2, 110, 117–18, 118–24, 128, 129; reading of Poe 119; and sexual symbolism 120; and transference 121–22, 123–24 literature 127; Freud’s analysis of 114–15, 115–18; reading of psychoanalysis 122–23; use of sources to support Freud’s theories 78, 114 Little Hans 8, 60–61 Macbeth (Shakespeare) 120 magic 98, 107 maps of the mind 76, 77–91 Marx, Karl 131 Marxism 106 masculinity 47–48 masquerade, gender identity as 129 masochism 78 Masson, Jeffrey 132 masturbation 54, 61, 79 mechanism 6 melancholia 88–89, 129–30 memories 2; re-emergence of forgotten 23; repressed 21–22, 29, 32, 51, 133 metaphors: use of by Freud 123 Mitchell, Silas Weir 19 ‘Moses of Michelangelo, The’ 8 motive, uncovering of 27

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