For the most part he lurked in his quarters, absorbed in deep matters, shy of visitors . . .
John N. Burk, The Life and Works of Beethoven.
. . . emerging from his state of depression and resuming his work only to fall back, after a short flare-up of activity, in long periods of indifference to himself and to everything in the world.
Boris Pasternak, Dr. Zhivago.
Bear in mind that . . .
Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, Freud’s Moses.
The equilibrium he had maintained . . .
Martin Gregor-Dellin, Richard Wagner: His Life, His Work, His Century.
. . . in the course of his analysis . . .
Peter Gay, Freud: A Life for Our Time.
. . . was deserting him.
Martin Gregor-Dellin, Richard Wagner: His Life, His Work, His Century.
His mind turned to its accustomed round of thoughts—
Boris Pasternak, Dr. Zhivago.
. . . Freud and his theories, and . . .
Joseph Wortis, Fragments of an Analysis with Freud.
. . . a fantasized relationship of the ideal father and son—
Phyllis Grosskurth, The Secret Ring: Freud’s Inner Circle and the Politics of Psychoanalysis.
Just as Moses haunted Freud “like an unlaid ghost,” so . . .
Joel Whitebook, Against Interiority: Foucault’s Struggle with Psychoanalysis.
. . . Tausk . . .
Peter Gay, Freud: A Life for Our Time.
. . . could never successfully exorcise the specter of Freud.
Joel Whitebook, Against Interiority: Foucault’s Struggle with Psychoanalysis.
For the . . .
Andrew Barton Paterson, Excerpt from Ambition and Art.
. . . errant disciple, . . .
Peter Gay, Freud: A Life For Our Time.
. . . analysis with Freud . . .
K.R. Eissler, Talent and Genius.
. . . remained an elusive Promised Land that he, like Moses, could only glimpse from afar.
Jeffrey L. Sheler, A Pilgrim In The Holy Land.

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