In the fall of 1999, Dr. Richard Gilbert, a professor of psychology in Los Angeles, is busy preparing an international conference entitled The Post-Freudian Millennium. By organizing and leading this conference, Richard plans to destroy the last vestiges of Freudian reasoning in contemporary society and, in so doing, revive his flagging career. Everything is going according to plan until Richard opens his door late on Halloween night and finds himself face-to-face with the ghost of Sigmund Freud. What follows is a two-month journey to the start of the new millennium in which Richard and Freud debate psychology, psychoanalyze each other, and eventually confront a secret that changes both of them forever. Told as a fictional memoir, with intelligence and humor, Freud’s Return is an imaginative, thought-provoking, and highly original work.
Freud's Return: What would you ask or say to Freud?
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by on October 25, 2016
- Richard L. Gilbert, May 2013
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