Love: A Guide for Amateurs
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This eBook has been produced by the Freud Museum London to explore our collective capacity for love. It is part of a series of events on the theme of Freud and Love. Freud & Eros: Love, Lust and Longing is a new exhibition at the Freud Museum London, running from 22 October 2014 – 8 March 2015. The exhibition looks at Sigmund Freud's revolutionary ideas on love and the libidinal drive through Freud's own art collection and his passionate courtship of his wife Martha Bernays. The exhibition is accompanied by an exciting programme of talks, performance, classes and events, including this ebook, event and conference. From January 2015 we will be asking you what you know about love - from how to get on with your family to how to turn your office into a love grotto. You are cordially invited to join us on this journey which we are calling #LoveAmateurs on @survivingwk and www.survivingwork.org.
Cotton, Elizabeth, Morgan, David, Yates, Candida, Gieve, Matt, Stateva, Milena, Gabriel, Yiannis, Fuller, Steve and Fotaki, Marianna (2015) Love: a guide for amateurs. Cotton, Elizabeth, ed. Freud Museum, London.
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