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In order to “resolve the symptoms” of neurotics, he says in his Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis, “we must go back as far as their origin, we must renew the conflict from which they arose, and, with the help of motive forces which were not at the patient’s disposal in the past, we must guide it to a different outcome” (). In this and many similar passages, Freud implies that patients in analysis can recover the past, heretofore buried under layers of defenses, and then present it to themselves and their analysts for modification.

At length you slowly raise, pulling hand over hand, some horned pout squeaking and squirming to the upper air. It was very queer, especially in dark nights, when your thoughts had wandered to vast and cosmogonal themes in other spheres, to feel this faint jerk, which came to interrupt your dreams and link you to Nature again. It seemed as if I might next cast my line upward into the air, as well as downward into this element, which was scarcely more dense. (‒) Thoreau here gives much concrete, literal description, then presents himself acting in that scene, and finally draws a large metaphor from the event.

The farm is prime land to her because it is beautiful and she lives there. Hubbell questions human ownership by introducing others who have similar kinds of claims: animals and insects. ” Her census of the farm includes buzzards, goldfinches, phoebes, whippoorwills, cardinals; coyotes, bees, snakes, turtles, raccoons, skunks, deer, bobcats; and insects beyond number. “All of them,” Hubbell writes, “seem to have certain claims to the place that are every bit as good as and perhaps better than mine” ().

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