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The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis

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The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis
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Publisher: York University
ISBN/ASIN: 1595478892

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Taken from Freud's lectures when he made his famous American visit in 1909 to Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts; this book presents the great man's ideas straight forward and with brevity. Dr. Freud distills the basics of his system of personality in understandable fashion.

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