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A Novel, Paradise Alleyetc. He is also the author of six books, two of which are novels. Coincidental or is it?
Rubenfeld writes in an entertaining and very readable style. Cinayetjn long legs were bare, as were her arms. Detective Littlemore creeps in from nowhere, it seems, and very nearly succeeds in taking over the book at one point.
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What will we do with it? And so well written that you are absorbed by it. It was clever, entertaining and well researched, with a brilliant twist.
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Bir Cinayetin Psikanalizi by Jed Rubenfeld (4 star ratings)
We were recommended this book to read for Psychology at college. Except for one thing. It would have been nice to find out the reasons behind Younger’s father’s death, but I think that’s pretty much the only plot thread left dangling depending, as well, on how much you read into Younger’s conversation with Freud at the end. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Although Freud and his companions are in the US for a series of lectures, his American disciple Dr Younger is called on to help get to the bottom of the attack that left a young girl unable to speak or remember anything. Rubenfeld sets each scene with deft assurance. His descriptions of the city and its social classes make you feel like you are there.
The plot twists were numerous and clever, but the way they were resolved at the end felt a little hasty. A little historical gem. Stratham Younger as one of his guides to the city.
The trail is hard to follow, but they’re getting closer. I did think Mr Rubenfeld’s analysis of Hamlet to be quite compelling, as was Younger’s idea of the real meaning of the Oedipal complex. The era is so well recalled here, the sexuality seems almost shocking. The fact that Freud and Jung were characters in the book was a blast.
When is a murder mystery not a murder mystery? I don’t have a lot of respect to Freud’s theories, especially in their more basic form. This will either resonant with the reader or not as evident from the mixed reviews. In the end it all makes sense, as really good mysteries do. Jed Rubenfeld a summa cum laude graduate of Princeton University and magna cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School is the author of the hystorical and psychoanalytical novel Intepretation of Murder.
I am saying clever because till the end, many people seemed to be involved or guilty of many different things but only at the end the truth became clear and was again different of what it seemed! Also, I don’t know if it’s just my dark sense of humour, but I literally laughed out loud at some parts of the book. There was a question she had to ask.
Then to add to that, there is the protagonist’s grappling with famous literatures – Hamlet and Oedipus Rex – as he helps solve the mystery. Although not directly involved in the murder, Dr Freud offers advice to the budding psychoanalyst, Dr Stratham Younger, as to how to treat one of the murderer’s surviving victims.
His Oedipus theory is only one of several yet it must be one of the best known, and talked about. Well, maybe I can do both at the same time. So I decided to read his first, and I was not disappointed. This book is not your usual crime novel; it’s synopsis does not do it justice. View all 3 comments. Although it is not very factually correct it does give a wonderful representation of the era.
Title: Jed rubenfeld bir cinayetin psikanalizi
Anyone who can put it down pages from the end has more willpower than I. As the story progressed from the luxury hotels and high society events to the narrow, twisting alleys, and to houses of prostitution and police holding cells, those scenes filled without thousands of extras came alive.
This story lots to offer to mystery lovers as well as devotees of old New York and the followers of Freud and Jung. My initial reaction from reading this piece of literature was pure fascination. See 1 question about Bir Cinayetin Psikanalizi…. Good story, but not really sure whether the inclusion of Freud in the book added anything. Other books in the series. I am not sure how to explain but the way this book was written, the story was told felt cinaayetin, different A beautiful cover, two interesting stories coming together,history, crime and Freud, These are the things that made this clever story into a joy to read.
While reading the novel, I easily could imagine the city. I wasn’t really expecting much, but I mostly loved it. The bouncing around of suspects was a good pager turner too. I did enjoy it tho.
It wasn’t realistic enough for me. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.