The Freud Reader Setting & Symbolism

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Czechoslovakia

This is a region in Northern Continental Europe. It has been an area having only minor political and military influence but it has maintained itself for over a millenia. The name of the governing bodies in the area have changed. The Czechs and the Slovaks have had separate and united republics: they are not exclusive but are major in the dynamics of that location. Freud's family spent part of his life in this region. They migrated from there to Austria.

Vienna, Austria

Austria is one of the small number of German speaking nations in Europe, the largest of which is Germany. Austria and Switzerland are both other nations where the German language figures prominently in the society. Austria borders Germany in the south and sports a vibrant trading community, cultural riches, and awe-inspiring mountain ranges.

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