|Freud: The Paris Notebooks (1991) [Novel]|
by Matt Cohen
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(From the publisher):
From the celebrated author of the novel Emotional Arithmetic comes this new work of fiction set in Paris, France during the 1980s and based on the "life" of Sigmund Freud's nephew, Robert Freud. Written in an outrageous mock-surreal style, this book is motivated by the great twentieth-century comedy of psychotherapy. If Emotional Arithmetic revealed Matt Cohen's talent for writing tragic fiction, Freud: The Paris Notebooks reveals his comic genius.
The sections "Freud, il dottore" and "Mostly Madame Larousse" were first published in French translation in Freud à Paris, XYZ Editeur, 1990.
Original title: Freud: The Paris Notebooks
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor