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by Patrick J. Mahony

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  • Author: Patrick J. Mahony
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Yale University Press; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (August 28, 1996)
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Now in this brilliant book Patrick Mahony claims that this case study isnota model of treatment but a remarkable exhibition of the rejection of a patient by a clinician, an inkblot test of Freud's misapprehensions about female sexuality and adolescence

Now in this brilliant book Patrick Mahony claims that this case study isnota model of treatment but a remarkable exhibition of the rejection of a patient by a clinician, an inkblot test of Freud's misapprehensions about female sexuality and adolescence. Combining psychoanalytic, historical, and textual approaches, Mahony makes us look at the famous case history in a new way. He maps out in detail how Freud neglected much significant data, and he traces the clinical impact of Freud's undigested friendship with Fliess.

Combining psychoanalytic, historical and textual approaches, Mahony ask us look at the case history in a new way. He maps out in detail how Freud neglected much significant data and he traces the clinical impact of Freud's undigested friendship with Fliess

Combining psychoanalytic, historical and textual approaches, Mahony ask us look at the case history in a new way. He maps out in detail how Freud neglected much significant data and he traces the clinical impact of Freud's undigested friendship with Fliess. Mahony also sheds light on Dora's bisexuality, transference, trauma and symptoms, and uncovers the deeper, problematic meaning of Dora's dreams. Through his close textual analysis Mahony shows that this case history is a specimen of symptomatic writing and evidence of Freud's l impasse

Dora is the pseudonym given by Sigmund Freud to a patient whom he diagnosed with hysteria, and treated for about eleven weeks in 1900. Her most manifest hysterical symptom was aphonia, or loss of voice

Dora is the pseudonym given by Sigmund Freud to a patient whom he diagnosed with hysteria, and treated for about eleven weeks in 1900. Her most manifest hysterical symptom was aphonia, or loss of voice. The patient's real name was Ida Bauer (1882–1945); her brother Otto Bauer was a leading member of the Austro-Marxist movement.

A Psychoanalytic, Historical and Textual Study. By. Patrick J. Mahony.

Combining psychoanalytic, historical, and textual approaches, Mahony makes us look at the famous case .

Combining psychoanalytic, historical, and textual approaches, Mahony makes us look at the famous case history in a new way. Mahony also sheds fresh light on Dora's bisexuality, transference, trauma, and symptoms and uncovers the deeper, problematic meaning of Dora's dreams.

Included among Patrick Mahony’s publications are four books on Freud as a writer written in 1982 .

Included among Patrick Mahony’s publications are four books on Freud as a writer written in 1982 (Freud as a Writer), 1984 (Cries of the Wolf Man), 1987 (Psychoanalysis and Discourse), and 1989 (On Defining Freud’s Discourse). Dr. Patrick Mahony contends that psychoanalysis is unique in the history of discourse in terms of a transformation of its varieties, expressive, aesthetic, rhetorical, and referential

Combining psychoanalytic, historical and textual approaches, Mahony . Mahony has described and analyzed the techniques used by the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. He has also concentrated on other themes in his writing. His works include such books as Freud as a Writer, Freud and the Wolf Man, Freud and the Rat Man, Freud’s Dora, and others. Mahony is also a contributor of more than a hundred articles to different journals.

Freud's Dora: A psychoanalytic, historical, and textual study. Mahony (this issue) argues that Freud's understanding of Dora is unconvincing to the modern reader because Dora is a victim of trauma rather than sexual repression

Freud's Dora: A psychoanalytic, historical, and textual study. New Haven: Yale University Press. Freud and the liberation of sexual desire. Mahony (this issue) argues that Freud's understanding of Dora is unconvincing to the modern reader because Dora is a victim of trauma rather than sexual repression.

In this brilliant re-evaluation of one of Freud`s most famous cases, Patrick J. Mahony alters the way we view the woman called "Dora," Freud`s handling of the case, and his editing of the published account. Mahony claims that Freud`s case study is not a model of treatment but a remarkable exhibition of the rejection of a patient by a clinician and an inkblot test of Freud`s misapprehensions about female sexuality and adolescence.

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