Freud for Historians (Oxford Paperbacks)

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-Incisive, persuasive, a delight to read....[It] should spark wide controversy for a long time to come.---Los Angeles Times Book Review-Gay is one of those rare academics whose competence in psychoanalysis is hardly less than his expertise in historical research.---The New York Times Book Review-An impassioned, compelling argument for the utility of the psychoanalytic perspective to inform historical studies.---Library Journal-[An] elegant and incisive defence of psychoanalysis.---The Guardian (London)-Delightful....Gay deals constructively and candidly with genuine difficulties historians have found with Freud....We should all be grateful for this graceful, wise, and witty essay that makes us more sensitive to the complexities of the human experience and urges historians to join forces with psychoanalysts in an amicable search for the truth about the past.---American Historical Review "Incisive, persuasive, a delight to read....[It] should spark wide controversy for a long time to come."--Los Angeles Times Book Review"Gay is one of those rare academics whose competence in psychoanalysis is hardly less than his expertise in historical research."--The New York Times Book Review"An impassioned, compelling argument for the utility of the psychoanalytic perspective to inform historical studies."--Library Journal"[An] elegant and incisive defence of psychoanalysis."--The Guardian (London)"Delightful....Gay deals constructively and candidly with genuine difficulties historians have found with Freud....We should all be grateful for this graceful, wise, and witty essay that makes us more sensitive to the complexities of the human experience and urges historians to join forces with psychoanalysts in an amicable search for the truth about the past."--American Historical Review "Incisive, persuasive, a delight to read....[It] should spark wide controversy for a long time to come."--Los Angeles Times Book Review"Gay is one of those rare academics whose competence in psychoanalysis is hardly less than his expertise in historical research."--The New York Times Book Review"An impassioned, compelling argument for the utility of the psychoanalytic perspective to inform historical studies."--Library Journal"[An] elegant and incisive defence of psychoanalysis."--The Guardian (London)"Delightful....Gay deals constructively and candidly with genuine difficulties historians have found with Freud....We should all be grateful for this graceful, wise, and witty essay that makes us more sensitive to the complexities of the human experience and urges historians to join forces with psychoanalysts in an amicable search for the truth about the past."--American Historical Review "Incisive, persuasive, a delight to read....[It] should spark wide controversy for a long time to come."--Los Angeles Times Book Review "Gay is one of those rare academics whose competence in psychoanalysis is hardly less than his expertise in historical research."--The New York Times Book Review "An impassioned, compelling argument for the utility of the psychoanalytic perspective to inform historical studies."--Library Journal "[An] elegant and incisive defence of psychoanalysis."--The Guardian (London) "Delightful....Gay deals constructively and candidly with genuine difficulties historians have found with Freud....We should all be grateful for this graceful, wise, and witty essay that makes us more sensitive to the complexities of the human experience and urges historians to join forces with psychoanalysts in an amicable search for the truth about the past."--American Historical Review "Incisive, persuasive, a delight to read....[It] should spark wide controversy for a long time to come."--Los Angeles Times Book Review "Gay is one of those rare academics whose competence in psychoanalysis is hardly less than his expertise in historical research."--The New York Times Book Review "An impassioned, compelling argument for the utility of the psychoanalytic perspective to inform historical studies."--Library Journal "[An] elegant and incisive defence of psychoanalysis."--The Guardian (London) "Delightful....Gay deals constructively and candidly with genuine difficulties historians have found with Freud....We should all be grateful for this graceful, wise, and witty essay that makes us more sensitive to the complexities of the human experience and urges historians to join forces with psychoanalysts in an amicable search for the truth about the past."--American Historical Review "Incisive, persuasive, a delight to read....[It] should spark wide controversy for a long time to come."--Los Angeles Times Book Review"Gay is one of those rare academics whose competence in psychoanalysis is hardly less than his expertise in historical research."--The New York Times Book Review"An impassioned, compelling argument for the utility of the psychoanalytic perspective to inform historical studies."--Library Journal"[An] elegant and incisive defence of psychoanalysis."--The Guardian (London)"Delightful....Gay deals constructively and candidly with genuine difficulties historians have found with Freud....We should all be grateful for this graceful, wise, and witty essay that makes us more sensitive to the complexities of the human experience and urges historians to join forces withpsychoanalysts in an amicable search for the truth about the past."--American Historical Review "Incisive, persuasive, a delight to read....�It� should spark wide controversy for a long time to come."--Los Angeles Times Book Review"Gay is one of those rare academics whose competence in psychoanalysis is hardly less than his expertise in historical research."--The New York Times Book Review"An impassioned, compelling argument for the utility of the psychoanalytic perspective to inform historical studies."--Library Journal"�An� elegant and incisive defence of psychoanalysis."--The Guardian (London)"Delightful....Gay deals constructively and candidly with genuine difficulties historians have found with Freud....We should all be grateful for this graceful, wise, and witty essay that makes us more sensitive to the complexities of the human experience and urges historians to join forces withpsychoanalysts in an amicable search for the truth about the past."--American Historical Review

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'a writer of brilliant allusiveness and scintillating style - never better demonstrated than in this enormously enjoyable book.' John Keegan, The Sunday Times

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