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  • n. Plural form of Freudianism.


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  • If these are confessions, I'm not sure that the speaker knew that they were making them, but they are an interesting part of these tangled plots marinated in a heavy sauce of Freudianisms:

    Confessions On Tape

  • Stoppard is having supremely literate fun, bouncing anachronisms and faux Freudianisms around the teeming, charmingly cruddy streets of 16th-century London.

    Close-Up On Will

  • Well, liking Mr. Heavey certainly shouldn't make you feel obligated to perform an introspective self-audit as to whether any Freudianisms apply to you being obsessed with firearms and unable to openly state that you like another man.

    The Collected Heavey: My take on the Dysfunctional Outdoorsman

  • Max von Sydow spouts Freudianisms in insinuating Germanic tones that remind Teddy - and of course not only Teddy - of Nazis, an association that helps to induce gratuitous flashbacks of corpses stacked outside death-camp barracks.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Here, he cannot avoid heavyhanded Freudianisms like cracks in the sidewalk, and the film’s final shot falls into a similar trap.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat


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