The Freud Reader - Chapter 13, Psychoanalysis in Culture Continued Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Psychoanalysis in Culture Continued Summary and Analysis

Not only is it soft and heavy and may on the surface appear to be worthless, it isn't. In one case, the suitor wins and readers are assured that part of what has happened is that the suitor has already secured the lady's affections. In part it has to do with great value that is less flashy, and in part it is about the seriousness of marriage and the importance of a relationship that won't necessarily financially benefit the groom but will be beneficial in other ways. There is the dutiful love, which is sometimes the best and most true, albeit less flashy. There is also the idea of the third, youngest and best daughter, which stirs up competitive jealousies or gives great hope for youngest daughters. By sheer coincidence, the editor explains...

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