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Consider Dora's story in the sequence that she tells it, rather than the order that Freud does. How does it differ from Freud's account, and what is significant about the narrative sequence in general?

This prompt highlights the impact that narrative sequence has on the impact of a situation and on the construction of identity. It also calls attention to the fact that we are reading Freud's account of the story, not Dora's, so it is important to separate what she says from his observations. The sequence of events is a Freud's narrative construction that is inevitably interlaced with his own additions.

Identify three claims that Freud makes without providing evidence.

Again, as above, the intent is to draw the reader's attention to Freud's suppositions and biases, and separate them from what Dora actually says. Also, the point is to discourage the reader from reading the case...

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