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Fishman, G.G. (1983). American Imago. XXXVI, 1979: D. H. Lawrence and Freud. Daniel A. Dervin. Pp. 95-117.. Psychoanal Q., 52:144.
    
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(1983). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 52:144

American Imago. XXXVI, 1979: D. H. Lawrence and Freud. Daniel A. Dervin. Pp. 95-117.

George G. Fishman

Dervin provides a comparison of the lives and work of Lawrence and Freud. Beginning with their own remarkable injunctions to themselves and others to become "thought adventurers," the author points to a commonality of themes both explored: the personal use of the historical symbol or myth; sexuality, especially its nongenital roots; women and their "essence"; the return to a primary union with mother; the partial overthrow of the cultural superego in favor of a uniquely creative world view. Dervin draws on similarities in the two men's backgrounds, such as their investment in various species of the family romance.

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Fishman, G.G. (1983). American Imago. XXXVI, 1979. Psychoanal. Q., 52:144

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