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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-10-27

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» Butzel Award Winner

Peter Alter earns Federation's highest honor for his leadership
in the Jewish community. See page 8.

» Livonia's Loss

Congregation Beit Kodesh's aging membership is closing the
only synagogue many of them have known. See page 12.

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» Fighting Back!

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

arts & entertainment

Pancreatic cancer survivor raises $300,000 for research to find
an early-warning blood test. See page 29.

A Livonia Jewish outpost for five decades

» cover story

health & fitness

Rethinking
Freud

Interest in the guru of psychoanalysis
rises generations after his death.

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Alice Burdick Schweiger
Special to the Jewish News

t may be 72 years since Sigmund Freud's death, but
the "father of psychoanalysis" still fascinates popular
culture.
This fall alone, Metro Detroiters are being reintro-
duced to Freud — the
man who popularized
such concepts as the
unconscious, defense
mechanisms, transfer-
ence, Freudian slips
and dream symbolism
— through a new play,
a new movie and sev-
eral new books.
Freud's Last Session,
about an imagined
meeting between
Freud and author
C.S. Lewis, is playing
at Detroit's Century
Theatre through
Oct. 30. A Dangerous
Sigmund Freud: "Being entirely
Method, a look at how honest with oneself is a good
the intense relation-
exercise." (From a letter to his
ship between Freud
friend Wilhelm Fliess, Oct. 15,

and fellow psychiatrist

1897)

Carl Jung gave birth to
psychoanalysis, premiered at the Toronto International
Film Festival before opening wide later this year. Authors
Howard Markel (Anatomy of Addiction) and Joseph
Skibell (A Curable Romantic), both with books with
Freud at their center, appear at this year's Jewish Book
Fair.
Mark St. Germain, author and playwright of Freud's
Last Session, which has played more than 500 perfor-
mances Off Broadway and recently moved to a larger

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