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Introduction: "The Development of the Hero." FREUD'S LIFE: THE FIRST THIRTY YEARS. A Traumatic Infancy. Childhood and Adolescence. The Early Adult Years: Searching for an Identity. Opening Up: Martha, Cocaine, Fleischl. Jean-Martin Charcot: "The Napoleon of Neuroses." Martha: "The Loss on an Illusion." THE BIRTH OF PSYCHOANALYSIS. Josef Breuer and the Invention of Psychotherapy. Breuer, Freud, and the Studies on Hysteria: 1886-1895. The Break with Breuer. Self-Analysis and the Invention of the Oedipus Complex. The Interpretation of Dreams and the End of the Fliess Affair. The Great Freud Emerges: 1899-1905. THE PSYCHOANALYTIC MOVEMENT: 1902-1939. The Psychoanalytic Movement: Images of War. Alfred Adler: The First Dissident. The King and His Knights: The Committee. Carl Gustav Jung: The Favorite Son Expelled. The First World War. Trauma Revisited: The Neuroses of War. Freud at Work: The Postwar Years. Freud at Home. Anna Freud: The Perfect Disciple. Otto Rank: "I Was In Deepest of All." "What Does a Woman Want?" S?ndor Ferenczi: The Wise Baby. The Final Years. Appendix. Background and Sources. Notes. Bibliography. Credits. Index.