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Peter Gay • 92 Items / 34 Books, 17 Articles, 41 Reviews
Freud for Historians (1985)
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Published Reviews
  1. Reviews of Books
    General (Review)
    Freud for Historians, by Peter Gay
    1. Freud for Historians by Peter Gay
    The American Historical Review, June 1987, p. 633
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    More Psychohistory (Review)
    Freud for Historians, by Peter Gay
    1. Freud for Historians by Peter Gay
    The Partisan Review, Spring 1987, pp. 327-329
  3. Books
    Bewitched, belated or bewildered (3 Reviews)
    Freud and the Humanities, by Peregrine Horden
    1. Freud and the Humanities by Peregrine Horden
    2. Freud for Historians by Peter Gay
    3. The Freud Scenario by Jean-Paul Sartre
    The New Statesman, January 31, 1986, p. 28
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    1. Freud for Historians by Peter Gay
    2. Selected Letters of E.M. Forster, Vol. II: 1921-1970 by Mary Lago, P.N. Furbank, and E.M. Forster
    3. A Rumor of Revolt by Thomas J. Davis
    4. The Unashamed Accompanist by Gerald Moore
    5. Cops: Their Lives in Their Own Words by Mark Baker
    6. With Fondest Regards by Francoise Sagan
    7. Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy by Bernard Williams
    8. Halley's Comet, 1910: Fire in the Sky by Jerred Metz
    The New Yorker, October 14, 1985, pp. 142-148
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    Books Encountered (17 Reviews)
    "Orator" Hunt, by John Belchem
    1. "Orator" Hunt by John Belchem
    2. An Introduction to Victorian Painting by Kenneth Bendiner
    3. Testament of a Generation by Paul Berry and Alan Bishop
    4. Chronicle of Friendship by Alan Bishop and Vera Brittain
    5. Clement Attlee: A Political Biography by Trevor Burridge
    6. Diary of the Cavaliere Bernini's Visit to France by Paul Freart de Chantelou and Anthony Blunt
    7. Beyond Power by Marilyn French
    8. The Spanish Ulcer by David Gates
    9. Freud for Historians by Peter Gay
    10. For Better, For Worse by John R. Gillis
    11. Georg Lukacs and His Generation, 1900-1918 by Mary Gluck
    12. The Rome of Alexander VII, 1655-1667 by Richard Krautheimer
    13. The Games Ethic and Imperialism by James Anthony Mangan
    14. Women Writing About Men by Jane Miller
    15. The Literary Achievement of Rebecca West by Harold Orel
    16. Art and Psyche by Ellen Handler Spitz
    17. Reflections in a Writer's Eye by Angus Wilson
    Encounter, April 1986, p. 64