Freud’s World in Photos: A Photographic Celebration of the 150th Anniversary of Sigmund Freud’s Birth
Freud’s Couch and Room. Estate of Edmund Engelman, courtesy of Leica Gallery, NYC.
Freud’s Couch (close-up).Estate of Edmund Engelman, courtesy of Leica Gallery, NYC.
I graciously acknowledge the articles about Freud in Encyclopedia Britannica Online and in Encyclopedia Judaica. I used both encyclopedias for much of the background information for this review.
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