Based on Freud’s most famous case study of his patient Sergei Pankejeff (later known as the Wolf Man), this tells the history of an obsessional neurosis. It begins with Sergei, who dreams of a walnut tree full of white wolves, interpreted by Freud as a memory of parental intercourse a recto.
We follow this Russian aristocrat’s life as Freud and other analysts unravel the source of his neurosis. This case study, re-interpreted in this stunning graphic novel, became a cornerstone of psychoanalysis.
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