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By Judith Rossner

ISBN-10: 1476774811

ISBN-13: 9781476774817

Initially released in paper shape, by means of Houghton Mifflin, 1983 (ISBN: 03953397)

From the New York Times bestselling writer of Looking for Mr. Goodbar— the tale of 2 ladies, a psychoanalyst and her sufferer who aid one another via very various classes of their lives.

When sunrise Henley, the attractive, gifted Barnard collage freshman steps into psychoanalyst Dr. Lulu Shinefeld’s place of work, she’s instantly intrigued. What can have pushed this lady to such severe degrees of melancholy? Over the process 5 years, Dawn’s strange and tortured early life is drawn out, and either ladies are necessarily replaced.

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To unite oneself with this shadow is to say yes to instinct, to that formidable dynamism lurking in the background. From this the ascetic morality of Christianity wishes to free us, but at the risk of disorganizing man’s animal nature at the deepest level. [36] Has anyone made clear to himself what that means—a yea-saying to instinct? That was what Nietzsche desired and taught, and he was in deadly earnest. With a rare passion he sacrificed himself, his whole life, to the idea of the Superman—to the idea of the man who through obedience to instinct transcends himself.

B was his bachelor friend. She liked them both. Nevertheless it soon began to look as though she liked Mr. B a vast deal better. An intimacy quickly sprang up between them and before long there was talk of a possible engagement. Through her relations with Mr. B and through her friend she often came into contact with Mr. A, whose presence sometimes disturbed her in the most unaccountable way and made her nervous. About this time the patient went to a large party. Her friends were also there. She became lost in thought and was dreamily playing with her ring when it suddenly slipped off her finger and rolled under the table.

I remember a young woman who suffered from acute hysteria following a sudden fright. 9 She had been to an evening party and was on her way home about midnight in the company of several acquaintances, when a cab came up behind them at full trot. The others got out of the way, but she, as though spellbound with terror, kept to the middle of the road and ran along in front of the horses. The cabman cracked his whip and swore; it was no good, she ran down the whole length of the road, which led across a bridge.

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