Freud in Rome
|Author: ||Evans, Ken|
Dr. Evans crafts a fictional tale of Sigmund Freud's insights to a trip to Rome.
"Freud saw each of his visits to Rome as a means of experimenting with his private life, with his several selves, his personal relationships, sexual proclivities, private obsessions and his literary interests to such a point, that he came to see himself as Roman and Rome as Freudian!"
From the Introduction
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