Young Vienna and Psychoanalysis: Felix Doermann, Jakob Julius David, and Felix Salten

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Young Vienna and Psychoanalysis examines the parallels and connections between early psychoanalysis and the literary movement known as Young Vienna [Jung-Wien] at the turn of the twentieth century. In particular, it considers Freud's influence on writers Felix Doermann, Jakob Julius David, and Felix Salten and, reciprocally, the influence of these writers on Freud. An overview of Freud's perceptions of and experiences with literature provides the foundation upon which a closer examination of the lives and works ...
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Overview

Young Vienna and Psychoanalysis examines the parallels and connections between early psychoanalysis and the literary movement known as Young Vienna [Jung-Wien] at the turn of the twentieth century. In particular, it considers Freud's influence on writers Felix Doermann, Jakob Julius David, and Felix Salten and, reciprocally, the influence of these writers on Freud. An overview of Freud's perceptions of and experiences with literature provides the foundation upon which a closer examination of the lives and works of Doermann, David, and Salten is built. As part of this examination, a significant work by each writer is studied from a psychoanalytic perspective. A closing summary briefly draws together the main threads of connection between Freud and the writers, including their mutual breaking away from an antiquated culture and their serious examination of the inner life.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780820445175
  • Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/28/2000
  • Series: Austrian Culture Ser.
  • Pages: 208

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Freud and Literature: An Overview 5
Freud's Encounters with Literature 5
Works on Freud--Past and Present 9
Felix Doermann 23
Life and Works 23
Doermann, Freud, and Psychoanalysis 35
The Lord of Abadessa [Der Herr von Abadessa] 40
Jakob Julius David 49
Life and Works 49
David, Freud, and Psychoanalysis 72
The Hanna [Die Hanna] 91
Felix Salten 101
Life and Works 101
Salten, Freud, and Psychoanalysis 125
The Hound of Florence [Der Hund von Florenz] 134
Epilogue 141
Appendix 1 List of Authors' Works Cited 149
Appendix 2 Personal Bibliography of Jakob Julius David 157
Bibliography 173
Notes 181
Index 205
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