The letters [of Analyzing Freud] reveal two complicated, appealing, highly intelligent women; give us a sense of Vienna at a time of great political upheaval and danger; and present Freud in close-up, as observed by the awed yet canny H.D…. Susan Stanford Friedman proves herself to be an excellent editor––scrupulous and thorough.

—Robert Gottlieb, New York Times Book Review

A landmark book about Sigmund Freud, H.D., modernism, gender, and sexuality.

Analyzing Freud

Nonfiction by Hilda Doolittle (H.D.)

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Paperback (published January 1, 2005)

ISBN
9780811216036
Price US
26.95
Trim Size
6x9
Page Count
640

Clothbound (published January 1, 2005)

ISBN
9780811214995
Price US
39.95
Trim Size
6x9
Page Count
640

The letters [of Analyzing Freud] reveal two complicated, appealing, highly intelligent women; give us a sense of Vienna at a time of great political upheaval and danger; and present Freud in close-up, as observed by the awed yet canny H.D…. Susan Stanford Friedman proves herself to be an excellent editor––scrupulous and thorough.

—Robert Gottlieb, New York Times Book Review