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Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Quando Nietzsche chorou by Irvin D. Quando Nietzsche chorou by Irvin D. Yalom ,. Ivo Korytowski Tradutor. A richly evocative novel set in 19th-century Vienna on the eve of the birth of psychoanalysis. Get A Copy. Capa comum , pages. Published February 18th by HarperCollins first published More Details Original Title.

Vienna , Austria. California Book Award for Fiction Gold Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Quando Nietzsche chorou , please sign up. Is this story true? I mean, is it a real story? Marc Partly, but Nietsche and Breuer never met, and thus psychoanalysis was not 'created' during their non-existent physiscian-patient relatinship.

Breuer w …more Partly, but Nietsche and Breuer never met, and thus psychoanalysis was not 'created' during their non-existent physiscian-patient relatinship. See all 5 questions about Quando Nietzsche chorou…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Quando Nietzsche chorou. When Nietzsche wept, Irvin D. The novel starts with Dr. She has written a letter stating that the future of the philosophy of Germany is at stake and that the German philosopher needs help desperately.

The plot develops into a therapy where Breuer needs to have his soul treated, i. Influenced by the revolutionary ideas of his young disciple Sigmund Freud, Josef Breuer starts the dangerous strategy that will mean the origin of the psychoanalysis. Thanks to their unusual relation, both of them will see how their perspective of life changes completely.

The story also explains how Friedrich Nietzsche received the inspiration to write his famous book, Thus Spoke Zarathustra. View all 10 comments. Simply fantastic. If you spend half as much time in your own head as I do mine, this might be the book for you. If you analyze yourself and your actions, enjoy the process of self discovery, or simply love psychology then I suggest you hit your nearest used book shop ASAP.

This book makes no effort to hide its loftier aspects. I was not in the least surprised to learn that its author is a professor of psychology at Stanford and has written several text books on the subject. Yalom, however, Wow. Yalom, however, approaches his grandiose subject matter with such candor that each character seems to be himself written from a different angle as though their struggles were once his own.

All inquiries of the self aside, this book is also a cool piece of historical fiction. For those who do not know, historical fiction is a book where the main characters, setting, and certain events may be historically accurate while the plot or some part of it is fictional.

Until reading the author's note at the end of the book I did not realize just how much of it was historically accurate. What makes this book so fascinating is that it wrestles with questions we all have about life, goes through the same arguments that we might, runs into the same dead ends, then refusing to take no for an answer dives deeper down the rabbit hole arriving at what I find to be some profound truths regarding love, life, and existence.

Now I know not everyone will experience what I did reading this book so do not go reading it expecting to find the meaning of life or anything. But at the same time do not go reading it expecting not to find it either. At the very least you will find yourself pondering some classic philosophical questions while you observe the unfolding of a fascinating fictional psychology experiment.

And if that sounds too exhausting, do not fret. Undoubtedly someone will make a lackluster film version within the decade. View all 7 comments.

Psychiatry is indeed a field of Byzantine relationships. Friedrich Nietzsche and Josef Breuer never really met; but Yalom puts them in an intense relationship of mutual therapy, each believing that the other is the patient and he the therapist. Neither succeeds. But in their failures they accomplish remarkable psychological things with themselves by trying to help the other.

Breuer frees himself from his obsession with a patient and Nietzsche learns how to reduce the severity of his migraines. It appears, then, that Karl Kraus was on to something important as far as Yalom is concerned. Does anyone really understand its mechanism and effects?

Yalom seems to doubt it. View all 18 comments. I am not in the habit of trashing a book. However, since this novel had been published as a "Perennial Classic," there is no danger that I might destroy a writer's career. However, the choice of this book as a "classic" left me perplexed: why this book is held in such a high regard?

The premise of Yalom's novel is interesting: Get two of the most innovative thinkers of modern times to meet. And then what? Friederich Nietzsche and Josef Breuer--the father of modern philosophy and the father of mod I am not in the habit of trashing a book. Friederich Nietzsche and Josef Breuer--the father of modern philosophy and the father of modern psychoanalysis and a friend of the young Freud had never met in life.

But what if they had? I would have expected some new, explosive ideology to burst out of this fictional years-long relationship. But this is not the case beyond some personal epiphanies. No new discipline emerges. Furthermore, in exploring each character, Yalom regurgitates their respective theories, while failing to move into the realm of new intellectual challenge either one of them might have presented to the other.

Many of the "truths" the characters cite have, by now, become so common knowledge that they sound nonsensical. On rare occasions the novel brings some forgotten, interesting statement--mostly from Nietzsche--but not enough to spend time with pages of talking heads. In the years I was honing my writing skills at writing workshops, not a single page of Yalom's dialogues would have passed a writing instructor's scrutiny.

It would have been dismissed for its amateurishness, and the author would have been taught the basics of "show, don't tell. The dialogue lines lack tension, characterization--and certainly fail to move the story forward, which are the must ingredients for good, compelling dialogue. Which brings me to the underlining flaw of this work: The flimsy plot. In the first pages, nothing happens from "scene" to "scene" because these are really not scenes, each with a beginning, a middle and an end, but rather sections of text.

They lie flat, with little development other than more information parted to the reader. When things finally move, they are slow and predictable. A good novel can take the reader into a new world of ideology and intellectual thinking by placing the characters in situations where these theories can be examined under the pressure of events.

It is called dramatization. It requires vivid imagination on the part of the writer, something Yalom clearly lacks.


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