Totem and Taboo
by Sigmund Freud
Publisher: G. Routledge 1919
Number of pages: 152
With these essays, Freud applies his psychoanalytic method to various objects of study, including taboo and ancient art. With several implications for the fields of anthropology and religious studies, this Freud collection remains a diverse and fascinating read.
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by Edward Stevens Robinson - The MacMillan Company
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