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Synopsis:

The talking-cure, otherwise known as analysis or therapy. Invented in Vienna, c. 1866. Most celebrated exponents: Sigmund Freud, Jerry Springer. Favorite question: "Can you tell me a little more about that?" Diseases normally addressed: unhappiness, personal torment. Efficacy: contested. Effect on the written word: vast.

This issue of Granta is devoted to the kinks and twists of the human mind, and their treatments. With Paul Auster, Amit Chaudhuri, Fergus Fleming, Judith Hermann, Ian Parker, Tim Parks, Elliot Perlman, Justine Picardie, and Edmund White among the contributors.

Plus Roy Hattersley on his search for the answer to all our problems — the Third Way; and Antony Gormley's bodies photographed by Gautier Deblonde.

Synopsis:

The talking cure, otherwise known as analysis or therapy. Invented Vienna, c. 1886. Most celebrated exponents: Sigmund Freud, Jerry Springer. Favorite question: "Can you tell me a little more about that?" Diseases to which normally addressed: unhappiness, personal torment. Efficacy: contested. Effect on the written word: vast. This issue of Granta is devoted to the kinks and twists of the human mind, and their treatments.

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ISBN:
9781929001019
Editor:
Jack, Ian
Publisher:
Granta Books (UK)
Editor:
Jack, Ian
Author:
Jack, Ian
Location:
New York
Subject:
Anthologies (multiple authors)
Subject:
Psychotherapy
Subject:
Psychoanalysis
Subject:
Psychotherapists
Subject:
Social problems in literature
Subject:
Emotions in literature
Subject:
Mental illness in literature
Subject:
Psychotherapy in literature.
Subject:
Psychotherapy - General
Subject:
Movements - Psychoanalysis
Subject:
Pyschotherapy in literature
Subject:
Psychology : General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Granta: The Magazine of New Writing
Series Volume:
071
Publication Date:
20010231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
8.25 x 5.75 in 11.2 oz

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"Synopsis" by , The talking-cure, otherwise known as analysis or therapy. Invented in Vienna, c. 1866. Most celebrated exponents: Sigmund Freud, Jerry Springer. Favorite question: "Can you tell me a little more about that?" Diseases normally addressed: unhappiness, personal torment. Efficacy: contested. Effect on the written word: vast.

This issue of Granta is devoted to the kinks and twists of the human mind, and their treatments. With Paul Auster, Amit Chaudhuri, Fergus Fleming, Judith Hermann, Ian Parker, Tim Parks, Elliot Perlman, Justine Picardie, and Edmund White among the contributors.

Plus Roy Hattersley on his search for the answer to all our problems — the Third Way; and Antony Gormley's bodies photographed by Gautier Deblonde.

"Synopsis" by ,
The talking cure, otherwise known as analysis or therapy. Invented Vienna, c. 1886. Most celebrated exponents: Sigmund Freud, Jerry Springer. Favorite question: "Can you tell me a little more about that?" Diseases to which normally addressed: unhappiness, personal torment. Efficacy: contested. Effect on the written word: vast. This issue of Granta is devoted to the kinks and twists of the human mind, and their treatments.
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