Freud's World: An Encyclopedia of His Life and Times: An by Luis Cordón

By Luis Cordón

Comprising famous and vague details, this compendium offers a old context to the proof of Sigmund Freud's existence, theories, and effect on society.

• hundreds of thousands of entries at the lifestyles and paintings of Sigmund Freud spanning over 5 decades

• Photographic photographs of varied key figures

• A bibliography of assets for additional examining on particular issues of interest

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