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Peter L. RudnytskyOutstanding, even spectacular. . . . Kimball shows beyond any doubt that Joyce had by 1922 read key texts by Freud, Jung, Rank, and other analysts, and that his immersion in these then comparatively obscure writings informed his artistic vision in Ulysses. She provides an indispensable roadmap to Joyce's encounter with psychoanalysis.
—Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts, University of Florida, and editor, American Imago [keep this affiliation, Freud started the journal]