Letters from Rome – Sigmund Freud
Letters from Rome
The discovery of Rome is a journey started by Freud many years before his arrival to the Eternel City, where he finally succeeded in defeating his private fantasies and fulfilled his long cherished wishes. The Letters from Rome that Freud wrote to his Dears Ones reveal to our curiosity the domestic side of a passionate traveller and the deep emotional bond he had with this City.
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), Father of Psychoanalysis, discover in Rome his ideal place, where he would find the inspiring motivies of some of his most important works.