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Shengold, L. (1989). Everything: A Poetic Meditation on Freud's Question, 'What Does a Woman Want?'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 70:419-422.

(1989). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 70:419-422

Everything: A Poetic Meditation on Freud's Question, 'What Does a Woman Want?'

Leonard Shengold


Starting from Freud's question, 'What does a woman want?' the author asks what people—male and female—want, and suggests that the answer is 'everything'. He demonstrates the primordial unity of sexuality as it exists in both sexes as a striving for erotic merger with the mothering experience.

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