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Elsewhere Dr. Bergler, speaking less politely, accuses every writer without exception of being a masochist, a sadist, a peeping Tom, an exhibitionist, a narcissist, an 'injustice collector', and 'a depressed person... constantly haunted by fears of unproductivity'.
The real writer is haunted by a plot which he must write out of inner necessity. He is impervious to suggestions.
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The majority of the members of the Irish parliament are professional politicians, in the sense that otherwise they would not be given jobs minding mice at a crossroads.
July 20, 1899
February 6, 1962
Edmund Bergler was an Austrian-born American psychoanalyst whose books covered such topics as childhood development, mid-life crises, loveless marriages, gambling, and self-defeating behaviors.
Divorce won't help (1948)
Homosexuality: Disease or Way of Life? (1956)
Tensions can be reduced to nuisances (1960)
Fashion and the unconscious (1953)
The talent for stupidity
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