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Wulf Sachs was born in Russia and trained at the Psychoneurological Institute in St. Petersburg. A citizen of South Africa who resided in Johannesburg, he was a practicing psychoanalyst and the author of many books on psychiatry and literary criticism. Saul Dubow teaches history at the School of African and Asian Studies, University of Sussex. Jacqueline Rose teaches English at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London.Review:
"Sachs has crossed a barrier few others have crossed and brought back with him not only a wealth of information but an absorbing story. He makes psychoanalysis a technique for a new literary experience. A perfectly straightforward account of extraordinary interest and vividness." -- London Times
"An immensely interesting work... As sheer drama, this story... has the power of Greek tragedy." -- Saturday Review of Literature
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