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The 'Wolfman' and Other Cases
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When a disturbed young Russian man came to Freud for treatment, the analysis of his childhood neuroses - most notably a dream about wolves outside his bedroom window - eventually revealed a deep-seated trauma. It took over four years to treat him and "The Wolfman" became one of Freud's most famous cases. Alongside the case history of "The Wolfman", this volume also contains the case history of five-year-old little Hans' fear of horses; the "Ratman's" violent fears of rats gnawing into his father and lover; and the essay "Some Character Types", in which Freud draws on the work of Shakespeare, Ibsen and Nietzsche to demonstrate different kinds of resistance to therapy.
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Analysis of a phobia in a five-year-old boy ("Little Hans"): introduction; case history and analysis; epicrisis; postscript to the analysis of Little Hans. Some remarks on a case of obsessive-compulsive neurosis (the "Ratman"): case history; theoretical remarks. From the history of an infantile neurosis (the "Wolfman"): preliminary remarks; survey of the patient's milieu and medical history; seduction and its immediate consequences; the dream and the primal scene; some matters for discussion; obsessive-compulsive neurosis; anal eroticism and the castration complex; supplementary material from earliest childhood - solution; recapitulations and problems. Some character types encountered in psychoanalytic work: exceptions; those who founder on success; criminals who act out of a consciousness of guilt.

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Sigmund Freud was born in 1856 and died in exile in London in 1939. As a writer and doctor he remains one of the great voices of the modern era.

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