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Getting Started—Roth, Proust, Freud, and Rousseau

  • Myron Tuman
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Abstract

Tuman offers four vignettes of sensitive sons: Philip Roth, the rebellious son; Proust, the needy son; Freud, the ambitious son, and finally Rousseau, the archetypal adoring or worshipful son.

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  • Myron Tuman
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  1. 1.New OrleansUSA

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