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Sigmund Freud
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Franny and Zooey
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  • I’m no Freudian man or anything like that, but certain things you can’t just pass over as capital-F Freudian and let them go at that.
  • I’m no Freudian man or anything like that, but certain things you can’t just pass over as capital-F Freudian and let them go at that.
  • If she got somebody terribly Freudian, or terribly eclectic, or just terribly run-of-the-mill—somebody who didn’t even have any crazy, mysterious gratitude for his insight and intelligence—she’d come out of analysis in even worse shape than Seymour did.

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  • "bursting the bonds of tyranny," and the like, may come across to this post-Freudian age as mawkish posturing, romantic sentimentalism, hollow platitudes.
    James M. McPherson  --  What They Fought For - 1861-1865
  • I hadn’t completely realized it at the time, but that same Freudian colloquy which had fascinated and, at the most, amused me had been downright odious to Sophie and had caused her to flee with Nathan from the beach.
    William Styron  --  Sophie’s Choice

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