Bell (2013), “A Case of Hysteria (Dora)” [Freud]

Freud’s analysis of this case of Hysteria, is only one of three other cases. The other two involve a “Rat Man” who fear rats would enter and devour his anus and a “Wolf Man” who suffered severe depression that Freud linked to a childhood dream involving 6 or 7 white wolves staring at him from a tree outside his bedroom window.

/Full Text for A Case of Hysteria (Dora) review.

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