Eran Rolnik writes an exceedingly entertaining and gripping historical account of this
period, exploring the incorporation of psychoanalytic principles while the new systems for
education, communal living, health care, and government were being established. This “new
Jew” was designing an untested enterprise of self-determination, which coalesced with
Freud’s radical understanding of the unconscious and the inner psyche at a remarkable time
and place in world history. Freud in Zion: Psychoanalysis and the Making of Modern Jewish
Identity builds suspense even though we already know what happens next.
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