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Stjärne, F. (2018). Psyche Singing: Interview with Michael Eigen. Psychoanal. Rev., 105(5):529-554.

(2018). Psychoanalytic Review, 105(5):529-554

Psyche Singing: Interview with Michael Eigen

Fredrika Stjärne, MFA, LP

This interview with Michael Eigen is a conversation about doubt, faith, and three influential men, on getting too excited when reading Freud, having a revelation come in a dream, and accepting mortality. It's about starting to write and breaking things down into smaller pieces, a need to play, the madness in all of us, and the basic rhythm of breaking apart and breaking through, and of letting the psyche sing.

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