FREUD IN LOVE by Lázaro Droznes

The women of Sigmund Freud

Freud in love

Fiction drama based on the clandestine relationship of Sigmund Freud with her sister-in-law Minna Bernays, who, to make things even worse, lived in the same house with all his family. This relationship has been lately confirmed with historical evidences and has been one of the best kept secrets in Freud´s life. Martha Bernays and her sister Minna lived together 40 years in Vienna with the 5 children of the Freud´s family and shared the love of one of the scientists that made the greatest contribution to the change of sexual behaviors during the XX century

Genre: DRAMA / General

Secondary Genre: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / General

Language: English


Word Count: 7.501

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File Size: 419 KB
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Publisher: AVE FENIX EDITOR (October 29, 2014)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Sample text:



Living room of Sigmund Freud´s home in Vienna with the classical look of the bourgeoisie homes at the end of the XIX century. Martha Bernays, wife to Sigmund Freud, around 35 years, well rounded, maternal looking, is sitting at the table holding papers in her hand. Minna Bernays, her sister, younger and much more attractive, is sitting at her side. Both sisters look very much the same but are very different in their attitude. MARTHA is slow and boring while MInna is funny and witty. The table is set for tea. They pour and drink while chatting.


Oliver is energy in constant  movement, never still, never tired. Martin is a trouble maker, always misbehaving. Naughty, naughty  boy. Ernest always fighting with the lisping and with so many problems at school. Just because of that. Sophie eats very Little and need laudanum xxx every night to be able to sleep and Ana… is just a baby. We don´t know yet how she is going to turn out.

I see everything is still working like clockwork. It´s like in the army. Your rules… your husband, your children…Your home is your kingdom.


That is so. Thanks God. How come we´ve been so lucky?

…and Oliver? Still writing?


It´s his calling. Like the father. He just wrote a poem for school.

Poem? What subject?


(disturbed) I don´t know actually. I didn´t read it. With 6 children, always one is sick… I´m always running behind, How fortunate Minna you can stay with us for a while with us. The children adore you.  


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