When asked what the difference was between the speech of psychotics and Joyce's Finnegans Wake, Freud said, "They are drowning, he is diving."
Freud was way ahead of you Peter.
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I think Freud needed diving lessons.
A very disjunctive thinker, Freud.
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Sent: Thursday, January 28, 2010 7:35
Subject: Re: Prufrock question
Somewhere in Freud's texts the ocean is cited as a symbol
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many other subjunctive possibilities.
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> > David
> > > A contemporary (but somewhat lesser but
nevertheless much underrated
> > > English (Faber) poet published
c 1960 a verse play entitled 'Birth by
> > > Drowning' possibly
so entitled with an appreciative nod to Eliot /
> > >
> > Not to mention defunctive music under sea
> > Ken A
> > > as was his
poetry collection 'A Local Habitation' to Theseus / Will S.
> > >
> > > Regards
> > >
> > > David
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