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By Karen Mack, Jennifer Kaufman

Una historia fascinante contada de una manera totalmente convincente. Una novela maravillosa, agradable y agridulce. Me encantó.
Garth Stein

Es prácticamente imposible pasar de largo ante una novela inspirada en un rumor sobre Sigmund Freud y su cuñada. Esta historia será de interés y placer para muchos lectores.
Whitney Otto

Éste es un Sigmund Freud como nunca antes lo habíamos visto. Inseguro, apasionado, incluso horny. ¿Quién lo sabía?
Esmeralda Santiago

Sigmund Freud es considerado como una de las personalidades más influyentes del siglo xx; fundó el psicoanálisis y revolucionó los angeles manera de entender l. a. psicología, el sexo, los sueños y las relaciones humanas. En esta novela se nos revela los angeles esfera íntima de este personaje, que sigue levantando pasiones contradictorias: sus vínculos familiares, los claroscuros de su carácter, sus obsesiones e inseguridades, su conducta como padre y esposo, pero sobre todo se desnuda uno de los misterios que ha generado más discusiones entre sus biógrafos. ¿Mantuvo en secreto un amorío con su cuñada Minna?

Karen Mack y Jennifer Kaufman realizaron una exhaustiva investigación en documentos, cartas y archivos, lo que les permite reconstruir con gran fidelidad el ambiente cotidiano del physician Freud. Además de narrar con un estilo ameno los pormenores de su vida, las autoras nos sumergen en l. a. Viena de aquellos años, sus costumbres, sus fiestas, las discusiones intelectuales y el clima donde florecieron varias de las principles que siguen siendo determinantes en l. a. actualidad.

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It is not some other "ego", some kind of "I tell you that I love you but there is something in me that hates you". It is the fact that my own message is produced in what I do not even register as being a message. Who speaks? Then, this is not something which can be asked of the subject, because sometimes, even when he speaks, he does not know he is speaking. It follows that the place of the 'inter-said' [inter-dit], which is the 'intra-said' [intra-dit] of a between-two-subjects, is the very place in which the transparency of the classical subject is divided and passes through the effects of 'fading' that specify the Freudian subject by its occultation by an ever pure signifier: that these effects lead us to the frontiers at which slips of the tongue and witticisms, in their collusion, become confused, even where eli­ sion is so much more allusive in tracking down presence to its lair, that one is surprised that the Dasein hunt hasn't done better out of it (p.

In order to say correctly some affirmative phrases in French, it is needed to introduce the "nef' in them. An example of this is: "Jï craint que je ne sois trop jeune", it means: "He fears I am too young". There we have the expletive ne working. It is a grammatical category whose definition is to be a grammatical function which is necessary to the phrase but is semantically unnecessary. It does not deny nor changé the meaning [sense]; it does not turn an affirmative into a negative nor a negative into an affirmative.

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