Our ‘World Book Day’ Must-Have List!

In no particular order:

“When I became a student, I had developed a passion for collecting and owning books, which was analogous to my liking for learning…Sigmund Freud, Interpretation of Dreams

Sigmund Freud, The Complete Standard Edition 
Why buy anything else?

Judith Butler, The Force of Non-Violence 
Judith Butler’s new books is a profound analysis of the ethical nature of non-violence in the political field.

Lisa Appignanesi, Everyday Madness 
In Everyday Madness, Appignanesi offers us a poignant and haunting account of the grieving process.

Susie Orbach, Bodies
This updated version of Orbach’s influential text is required reading for anyone interested in our relationship to our own bodies.

Michael Molnar, Looking through Freud’s Photos
Former Freud Museum Director Michael Molnar is the perfect guide through the vicissitudes of the Freud family photo album. Illuminating and intelligent.

Bryony Davies, Sigmund Freud’s Collection
Sigmund Freud’s remarkable collection of antiquities is showcased in this lavishly illustrated volume, expertly annotated by the Freud Museum curator, Bryony Davies.

Various Authors, Freud Museum Catalogue Set
A generous offering featuring 4 separate catalogues from our recent exhibitions.

Stephen Frosh, Simply Freud
Elegant and accessible, Frosh’s new biography of Freud is the perfect introduction for those new to the work of the father of psychoanalysis.

Georges Bataille, Eroticism 
Bataille’s classic work on eroticism is as urgent  and exciting as it was when it was first published in the 1950s.

Antonin Artaud, Succubations and Incubations
This beautifully produced volume of Artaud’s letters from 1945-47 gives a unique insight into the mind of a troubled genius.


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