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Burying Freud

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 >Once again ! It would be interesting to review all the Freud's burial-services held by various authors since the beginning of psychoanalysis.
>B. Jurdant

Yes indeed, touché. Elisabeth Roudinesco, by the way, in JACQUES LACAN AND CO., gives, among many things, a brilliant history of such burial services. Of course, as Freud in TOTEM AND TABOO and more recently Slavoj Zizek in LOOKING AWRY continue to remind us, if the dead return, that is "because they were not properly buried, i.e., because something went wrong with their obsequies." The stupid title of the book, WHY FREUD WAS WRONG, is yet another example.

Michael Zeitlin
Department of English
University of British Columbia
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Burying Freud

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 >Once again ! It would be interesting to review all the Freud's burial-services held by various authors since the beginning of psychoanalysis.
>B. Jurdant

Yes indeed, touché. Elisabeth Roudinesco, by the way, in JACQUES LACAN AND CO., gives, among many things, a brilliant history of such burial services. Of course, as Freud in TOTEM AND TABOO and more recently Slavoj Zizek in LOOKING AWRY continue to remind us, if the dead return, that is "because they were not properly buried, i.e., because something went wrong with their obsequies." The stupid title of the book, WHY FREUD WAS WRONG, is yet another example.

Michael Zeitlin
Department of English
University of British Columbia
397-1873 East Mall
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z1
Canada

 


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