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  • James was referring to Freud's use of analogical thinking to penetrate to the unconscious mind using symbols and metaphors.

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  • Critics hailed her as Lucian Freud's heir apparent, and advertising executive Charles Saatchi bought out her entire senior show at the Glasgow School of Art.

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  • Spielrein is a mess - willful, wild, acting out in ways that seem to be textbook examples of Freud's theories.

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  • As he discusses his treatment with Freud, his teacher, they begin to fall out over Freud's emphasis on sex as the root of all problems; Jung believes that those roots are more far-reaching.

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  • In Germany, Richard Strauss at first followed in Wagner's path, later showing greater independence with his modernist Salome (1905) and Elektra (1909), both chiming with Freud's contemporary psychological discoveries.

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  • In Berlin, Freud's associate Ernst Simmel declared her a paranoid schizophrenic and had her interned in an asylum against her will.

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  • Chicester Lucian Freud in Private London's National Portrait Gallery next month will showcase 100 of Lucian Freud's portraits, including his final work, a nude of his friend and assistant for 20 years, artist David Dawson.

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  • Photographs and paintings by the artists, often featuring each other, offer a rare and intimate look into Freud's world, including images of the recently deceased master working and posing.

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  • Their personal values, social attitudes and how they relate to conventional norms and behavior contrast in several ways with those of the "pioneers" from Freud's era.

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  • Up through World War II and into the 1950s-early 60s symptoms that were more typical of Freud's time -- hysteria or specific phobias, for example -- diminished.

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