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Hal Bush <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 29 Sep 2000 11:37:06 -0600
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>Some time ago, I'm fairly sure I read a treatment by Freud of Twain's
>references to sexuality in literature.  If I recall correctly, Freud
>renders some analysis of Twain's own disposition in these matters based on
>this. I don't recall the specific reference.  Is anybody familiar with

I am not sure of the specific texts by Freud (except "Jokes & the
Unconscious") -- but I believe Carl Dolmetsch cover some of the Twain-Freud
connections well in his book, "Our Famous Guest".

Hal Bush
Saint Louis University