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Sigmund Freud, thankfully, has made the graceful transition from demi-god of mind science to literary totem. For this, we can be thankful: Freud's ideas are appalling science, but along with the dreams of his patients makes for fascinating, vivid literature. The image above is a drawing of Sergei's recurring dream: hearing cacophonous howling outside his window, Sergei crept to the glass, only to see a thousand wolves perched like lithe, light sparrows on the outstretched branches of a dead tree. They stared in at him accusingly with shimmering eyes. The common sense interpretation of Sergei's dream is that, at the time, children who were born cowled were thought to be lycanthropes, and both Sergei and Freud were born with cowls. Freud, on the other hand, believed the dream stemmed from an experience Sergei had at 18 months, witnessing his mother and father having sex.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — The Wolfman by Sigmund Freud. This is Freud's groundbreaking study of a wealthy young Russian man, subject to psychotic episodes and neuroses. Through the patient's dream of childhood wolves, Freud was able to determine his real problem - that of infantile neurosis brought about by a sexual complex and an Oedipal fixation.

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Spoilers ahead, sorry You have been warned! In this evaluation of his patient's inability to have proper bowel movements, as well as his sullen attitude, Freud incorporates all elements that he is renowned for: catharsis, unconsciousness, sexuality mostly incestual , and dream analysis after which the book was titled.

Doing so, Freud discerns key stages in his patient's life, which would define his future wont, idiosyncrasies and physical defects. At the age of 18 months, Sergei alleges to have experienced a primal scene; whereby his parents engaged in sodomy. Following this imperative event, Sergei conjectured that his mother was sick at the hands of his father, which she lamented multifarious times. This would be the genesis of his intestinal issues.

Following this event, at the age of about 3 and a half, his sister unexpectedly seduces him, fondling with his penis, informing him his maid had previously done so with the gardener.

This culminates in his sexual awakening, whereupon he approaches his maid, whom threatens him with castration. This would be Sergei's point of nadir. In spite of the warning being declared by the maid, Sergei was frightened to be castrated at the hands of his father, which resulted in the notorious dream of 7 wolves in a walnut tree. In this hellish dream, one wolf is tailless; which alludes to the primal scene he witnessed, where his father's genitals disappeared whilst having coitus with his mother.

Freud concludes that the eery calmness of the wolves replaces the cathartic violence of his parents' sexual intercourse. Eventually, becoming a theist, Sergei replaces God with the previous relationship he had with his father, and considers himself to be Jesus, yearning to be sexually satisfied at the hands of his father. Yet, this torrent of information, deriving from such a short book is just the tip of the iceberg from such a tormenting book.

This flummoxing, yet painfully realistic case, paints a portrait of a sadomasochistic and submissive man, still suffering at the hands of an infantile neurosis. View 1 comment. Very, very, very odd Tes autres textes sont meilleurs mon. While I think that some of Freud's ideas are really interesting, and I very much enjoy discussing them in my theory class, this was just plain hard for me to read.

Several other theorists completely capture my mind while I read them, Saussure, Barthes, Marx, but Freud didn't. To be far, this is theory. It isn't meant to entertain, but to make you think, and if you don't understand it then you haven't thought about it enough. So I'll blame this rating on myself, not Freud. I didn't like reading t While I think that some of Freud's ideas are really interesting, and I very much enjoy discussing them in my theory class, this was just plain hard for me to read.

I didn't like reading this and I didn't care to put the effort into it that would allow me to get more out of it. So, my bad. I don't really want to try again. Jun 30, Simay rated it liked it. L'ho apprezzato un po' meno rispetto a L'uomo dei topi: Osservazioni su un caso di nevrosi ossessiva.

Da un lato, la meraviglia per le teorie freudiane era sparita; dall'altro, forse, il caso del povero Sergej era meno interessante dell'altro. Ho ancora Dora da leggere. Nov 06, Douglas Genowski added it. What good are the passions?

For sooner or later Their sweet sickness ends when reason speaks up; And life, if surveyed with cold-blooded regard,- Is stupid and empty - a joke Nov 15, Ana rated it liked it Shelves: psychology , 20th-century , austrian-literature , european-literature , non-fiction. I have so many questions Very far fetched.

Felt v confused through most of it :. Aug 30, Jonathan rated it really liked it. Very interesting, but if you pick it up be prepared for something on the more dense side. The Case Studies by Sigmund Freud Interesting symptoms, desires and detective work This note refers to an adaptation for the BBC, which deals with two cases: - Dora and the Wolf Man Dora First of all, I need to state that, although important, Freud is no longer valid, or at least most of his theories have been proven wrong, at least from my point of view.

His emphasis on sexuality at a tender age, penis envy, mother complex and even obsession appear, if not altogether false, at least exaggerated. Dora The Case Studies by Sigmund Freud Interesting symptoms, desires and detective work This note refers to an adaptation for the BBC, which deals with two cases: - Dora and the Wolf Man Dora First of all, I need to state that, although important, Freud is no longer valid, or at least most of his theories have been proven wrong, at least from my point of view.

Dora is a young patient, with suicidal intentions, if only proclaimed, they still betray some issues and treated by Sigmund Freud. Herr K. Dora is jealous, because her father has an affair with Frau K. The consequent scenario is presented: - The father offers his daughter to Herr K. The man has suffered from gonorrhea, whereas the father in the previous case had syphilis, which he has transmitted to his wife The Wolf Man expresses at various stages feelings and desires that are associated with sadistic and masochistic tendencies.

There are incestuous desires for his sisters But the recurrent theme is that of a grey, at other times white wolf that appears in dreams and is present in tales. There is one told by his grandfather, with a tailor that cuts the tail of a grey wolf, who runs into the wild. Walking into the woods, the tailor is faced by a pack of wolves and he is forced to seek refuge in a tree.

The wolf without a tale is a member of the pack and he wants revenge. He speaks with his mates and explains that if they get on top of each other, the last one will reach the level of the man. Curiously, Freud explains this wolf as representing castration and the Wolf Man is aware that to get affection from his father, he would have to face castration, for he saw his parents copulating, when he was a child.

I do not see how that works, but as afore mentioned, I refute Freud and most of his theories and explanations. Caso famosissimo. Il padre, adepto di Freud, in uno dei numerosi dialoghi che ha col figlio, a un certo punto lo sottopone a un interrogatorio pp. Ecco alcune delle domande del padre al figlio: "Hai mai infastidito i cavalli?

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Permalink Print. In Depth Psychodynamic Approach How Freud's theories of the human psyche seek to explain the influence of our subconscious. Learn more. His health had deteriorated after he had suffered from gonorrhea aged eighteen and he eventually felt unable to pass bowel movements without the assistance of an enema. He also felt as though he was separated from the outside world by a veil and had become unable to function normally without assistance by the time his physician referred him to Freud in Freud believed that this would motivate his client to lower his resistance and to cooperate more than if they were to see each other indefinitely.

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Sergei Pankejeff was a patient of Sigmund Freud who gave him the case name "Wolf Man" to protect his identity. Pankejeff was born to a wealthy family from Odessa. In , his older sister Anna died by suicide, and Pankejeff began experiencing symptoms of depression. In , his father also died by suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills. Soon after, Pankejeff began seeking treatment for his own depression.

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