Sigmund Freud, Peter Gay - Psychology - 1995 - 832 pages
Provides fifty-one texts spanning Freud's career, including his writings on psychoanalysis, mind, dreams, sexuality, literature, religion, art, politics, and culture
Peter Gay - Biography & Autobiography - 1990 - 204 pages
Essays discuss Freud's interest in Shakespeare, his choices for the names of his six children, his love of science, and his ambivalent feelings toward his father.
Sigmund Freud - Psychology - 1989 - 127 pages
It stands as a brilliant summary of the views on culture from a psychoanalytic perspective that he had been developing since the turn of the century. It is both witness and ...
Peter Gay - History - 1999 - 534 pages
The most learned, as well as the wittiest survey of human sexuality ever to be published. New York Times"
Peter Gay - History - 2002 - 368 pages
Documents the extraordinary rise of the middle class by focusing on Viennese playwright Arthur Schnitzler, who defined the mores of the nineteenth century, and challenges the ...
Peter Gay - History - 1995 - 592 pages
In the twentieth century, however, the Enlightenment has often been judged harshly for its apparently simplistic optimism. Now a master historian goes back to the sources to ...
Peter Gay - Philosophy - 1996 - 705 pages
The second volume of Peter Gay's in-depth study of the dawn of the modern world—the Age of Reason.
Peter Gay - History - 1999 - 324 pages
The final volume in the Yale historian's ambitious, ground-breaking study of middle-class life in Europe and America in the nineteenth and early twentieth century reveals the ...