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Psychoanalysis, the impossible profession

by Janet Malcolm

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Published by Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychoanalysts

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Janet Malcolm.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC506 .M283
    The Physical Object
    Pagination174 p. ;
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3785246M
    ISBN 100394520386
    LC Control Number81047500

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      From the author of In the Freud Archives and The Journalist and the Murderer comes an intensive look at the practice of psychoanalysis through interviews with “Aaron Green,” a Freudian analyst in New York City. Malcolm is accessible and lucid in describing the history of psychoanalysis and its development in the United States. It provides rare insight into the Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Readers should not look here for important recent developments, for this book was written in It was written at the end of the popularity of , starting in the s, various new forms of therapy emerged in competition with psychiatry and although Malcolm gives these a nod for her classic Freudian analysis was the King, the Father, and the Cited by:

    PSYCHOANALYSIS: THE IMPOSSIBLE PROFESSION by Janet Malcollll A JASON ARONSON BOOK ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS, INC. Lanham • Boulder • New York • Toronto • Plymouth, UK. A JASON ARONSON BOOK ROWMAN & LITILEFIELD PUBLISHERS, INC. Published in the United States of AmericaFile Size: 7MB.   The interplay between the professional and the personal makes for an "impossible profession". Aaron Green, the pseudonym for the psychoanalyst, met with Janet Malcolm weekly, as Ms. Malcolm delved into the psychoanalytic world of New York City. Janet Malcolm reminds us that psychoanalysis.


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It has found its way into everything from art to law, literature to anthropology. But the clinical world of the psychoanalyst remains mysterious.

In this book, written inJanet Malcolm attempts to throw some light on the practice of psychoanalysis, its complexities, contradictions and by:   The profession of psychoanalysis, as represented by the profiled analyst "Aaron Green", is perversely difficult, and it makes many of its practitioners fussily I had it in mind at the time to write a detailed review of the book, and I wanted to get all the details right/5(52).

I could Psychoanalysis why the author called this profession impossible. One would expect that analysts might be better adjusted personally, have a clear idea of what they do and how to do it, and have less hangups than the rest of us. Rather comforting, I guess, to learn that this is not at all true.

Worth the price of the book to find this out/5(34). Psychoanalysis, the Impossible Profession Paperback – 1 December by Janet Malcolm Psychoanalysis out of 5 stars 27 ratings.

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Born in Prague, she grew up in New York, where she now lives/5(26). The Impossible Profession—I. By Janet Malcol m. The psychoanalysis that Aaron Green practices is of the most unswervingly classical Freudian sort.

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Janet Malcolm (born as Jana Wienerova) is an American writer, journalist on staff at The New Yorker magazine, and collagist. She is the author of Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession (), In the Freud Archives () and The Journalist and the Murderer (), among other mater: University of Michigan.

Review: Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession User Review - Avi Spiegel - Goodreads. Janet Malcolm is the finest living American writer of nonfiction. This book is 5/5(1).

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Where I found Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession less successful was, ironically, where it did what it purported to do. The book sort of claims to be an introduction to psychoanalysis, and I suppose that’s the way it would be marketed – but I found it quite dry when Malcolm was tracing the history of the profession and its various.

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Get this from a library. Psychoanalysis: the impossible profession. [Janet Malcolm] -- "The process known as psychoanalysis is sometimes revered, sometimes derided, and most often misunderstood. What good does it do.

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There were, to be sure, those who challenged it, but the full flowering of alternative psychological theories had not taken place, much less the more recent medicalization of psychological treatment.4/5(3).