Professor Wood:

May I interest you to take a look at an unusual book I have written about Freud and the psychoanalytic movement that is both poem and novel. The book, Significant Moments, is an enormous family tree and, at the same time, a single strand of DNA, in which genetically similar generations quarrel but never make up, and hand on their generally Oedipal DNA to future generations. The book is in the attachment.


Gary Freedman
Washington, DC