The Case of the Wolf Man


Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc.

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    We are gathered here to study together what is the most famous and perhaps most instructive of Freud’s cases in the history of psychoanalysis, the analysis of Sergej Konstantinovich Pankejev, who went down in history under the sobriquet “The Wolf Man.”  Certainly in this case history we find some of the core ideas of psychoanalysis. But they are difficult notions, sometimes even obscure.

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