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Gilman, S.L. (1991). Reading Freud in English: Problems, Paradoxes, and a Solution. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 18:331-344.

(1991). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 18:331-344

Reading Freud in English: Problems, Paradoxes, and a Solution

Sander L. Gilman

SUMMARY

Freud's language is a reflex of his culture, both of the greater culture of his time and of the scientific culture of his day. The meaning of the English-language Freud is tied no less to the time and place of its production. Selected examples are given of the reflection of Freud's culture in his work. In addition, proposals are made for a new German-language edition of Freud as the basis of any new English-language Freud.

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