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Drawing the Dream of the Wolves: Homosexuality, Interpretation, and Freud's "Wolf Man" (Theories of Representation and Difference)

Davis, Whitney

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Title: Drawing the Dream of the Wolves: ...

Publisher: Indiana University Press

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"... a valuable scholarly addition to any student of Freud or as research material in a library." ―HNet, H-CAACA

Davis argues that the visual dimension of Freud’s writing is crucial to understanding its structure and significance. He offers a new and challenging reading of Freud’s case study of Serge Pankejeff, the "Wolf Man." Much of the analysis revolved around Pankejeff’s childhood dream of wolves and a drawing of this dream he made for Freud.

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In a challenging new reading of Freud's case study of Serge Pankejeff, the "Wolf Man", Whitney Davis argues that the visual dimension of Freud's writing is crucial to an understanding of its structure and significance. Much of Freud's analysis revolved around Pankejeff's childhood dream of wolves and a drawing of this dream he made for Freud. Davis explores the drawing of the dream in Freud's interpretation of Pankejeff's "latent homosexuality", showing Freud's practice of making and using images to represent the history of persons and their sexuality. Davis also sets this case study in the wider context of Freud's evolving theoretical sexology and clinical work, his creation of psychoanalytic institutions, and his distinctive imagination of homosexual subjectivity.|In a challenging new reading of Freud's case study of Serge Pankejeff, the ""Wolf Man,"" Whitney Davis argues that the visual dimension of Freud's writing is crucial to an understanding of its structure and significance. Much of Freud's analysis revolved around Pankejeff's childhood dream of wolves and a drawing of this dream he made for Freud. Davis explores the drawing of the dream in Freud's interpretation of Pankejeff's ""latent homosexuality,"" showing Freud's practice of making and using images to represent the history of persons and their sexuality. Davis also sets this case study in the wider context of Freud's evolving theoretical sexology and clinical work, his creation of psychoanalytic institutions, and his distinctive imagination of homosexual subjectivity.

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