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Beyond Texas
"...Madness of Crowds and bone up on tulipmania. For Freud, civilization itself is a long repentance for the patricidal..."

May 28, 2004 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

Eggheads pays fond tribute to the cinematic screwball comedies of the 1930s, and though the specific style of those comedies was old decades before the actors in Tongue and Groove Theatre's production were born, they breezed through it, cracking wise and slinging slang, as nimbly as Busby Berkeley chorines tapping down 42nd Street.
"...If the idea of Sigmund Freud, Franz Kafka, and Albert Einstein chucking their respective intellectual..."

June 27, 2003 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Book Review
"...As Freud once taught, there are reasons for forgetting as well..."

Jan. 10, 2003 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

Shock Corridor (1963)
"Ever since my voice changed, I wanted to be in the company of the newspaper greats," thinks investigative reporter Johnny Barrett to himself early on in Fuller's predecessor to The Naked Kiss. "And this long corridor is the magic highway to the Pulitzer Prize."
"...Moses to horse racing to Hamlet and finally to Freud, she warns Johnny and his editor that the insanity..."

Dec. 6, 2002 Screens Review by Shawn Badgley

Our readers talk back.
"...Not to mention sexist, wow -- even a Freud reference! What year is it again? Have we forgotten..."

July 5, 2002 Column

Our readers talk back.
"...Not to mention sexist, wow -- even a Freud reference! What year is it again? Have we forgotten..."

June 28, 2002 Column

The Tastes of Taste
Two books that dissect the palate -- one metaphorically, the other scientifically
"...stomach, into the lower depths somewhere between Rabelais and Freud. Jim Crace has become something of a writer's writer..."

Dec. 28, 2001 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

The Fall of the House of Usher
By far the best of Roger Corman's Poe-inspired films, The Fall of the House of Usher takes the author's gloriously claustrophobic tale of mad Roderick Usher and his undead sister Madeline and fleshes it out into some sort of minor drive-in masterpiece.
"...Corman, who frequently references no less an authority than Freud when discussing the psychological tone of the film in..."

Oct. 26, 2001 Screens Review by Marc Savlov

Requiem for Tesla
Local mavericks Rude Mechanicals have plundered biographies and scientific history to give us the whole story of maverick inventor Nikola Tesla, and their production Requiem for Tesla, with its unnervingly choreographed lights, arresting video, beautiful period costumes, original score on theremin, strange dance numbers, and working Tesla coil, literally crackles with current.
"...dream, the dog is quoting Foucault and Brecht and Freud and holding forth about its work toward a Unified..."

March 2, 2001 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Light Up the Sky
For the debut of his new Austin Playhouse company, Don Toner provides a time-travel trip back to 1948 with old Moss Hart and his play about putting on a play, Light Up the Sky. And the trip is one sure to leave a smile.
"...that particular commercial icon. Even the later mention of Freud, and several other touchpoints: They seem so anachronistically up-to-date..."

Jan. 19, 2001 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Louis Armstrong The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia Legacy)
"...and huge grin was once as influential as Sigmund Freud or Pablo Picasso. Louis Armstrong began his career in..."

Dec. 15, 2000 Music Review by Jeff Mccord

The Man Who Knew Too Much
Although some critics have assumed, from Jacques Barzun's criticisms of modern culture, that he is a conservative ideologue, in reality he has always followed his own, pragmatic vision of things.
"...But after a year of teaching together, Marx and Freud and Edmund Burke and so forth, we came to..."

Oct. 13, 2000 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

Soldier: A Poet's Childhood
"...Anticipating Freud by a century, Wordsworth's poem traces how the poetic..."

Aug. 25, 2000 Books Review by Craig Arnold

Instant Classic
Paramount Theatre's Summer 2000 Series
" least linked to something sexy (Thank you, Dr. Freud!). Where were the girls led? What or who led..."

May 19, 2000 Screens Feature by Kate X Messer

Joe West & the Sinners Jamie Was a Boozer (Rehab)
Texas Platters
"..."Dream Tractor" ("The tractor of your dreams"? Paging Dr. Freud ...) with the breezy "Rehab Girl," about a staffer..."

April 14, 2000 Music Review by Christopher Gray

The Day They Shot John Lennon: Profound Self-Absorption
In the Actors Theatre of Austin production of James McLure's The Day They Shot John Lennon, reviewer Ada Calhoun finds the work of a fine cast undone by profoundly self-absorbed characters and inconsistent direction.
"...could a country that gave us Beethoven, Mozart, and Freud give us Auschwitz?" At one point, the funny, pouty..."

March 24, 2000 Arts Review by Ada Calhoun

The Father of the Predicaments
"...titled poems "So Thick?" (a tribute of sorts to Freud) and "My Hexahedron Mated With His Cone," these poems..."

Jan. 14, 2000 Books Review by Lissa Richardson

Count Her In
For 30 years, article by article, Denise Schmandt-Besserat has built an ironclad case to explain a mystery that foiled archeologists, anthropologists, and philosophers for hundreds of years.
"...a Century of Science," alongside the works of Einstein, Freud, Goodall, Chomsky, and Leakey (as well as fellow UT..."

Dec. 10, 1999 Books Feature by Ada Calhoun

Steel Magnolia
"...fixated on their hero in a quite particular way," Freud writes in "Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of..."

Aug. 20, 1999 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Spike Through the Heart
"...Had Sigmund Freud happened upon us one night, having postshift cocktails with..."

Aug. 13, 1999 Books Feature by Spike Gillespie

Dancing About Architecture
A Fright on the Townes
"...Look for last-minute booking of Tom Freud (ex-Silo/ Austinite) at Ruta Maya Saturday, 8pm and midnight......"

June 18, 1999 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Writes of Spring
"...Star Lake, involving, among others, Mondrian, Einstein, Bartok, Duchamp, Freud, Jung, Virginia Woolf, Ryskamp, and Ryskamp's grandfather. On page..."

April 9, 1999 Books Review

Book Reviews
"...after all, that is filled with the atom bomb, Freud, Schiele, the invention of television, Albert Einstein and Marilyn..."

April 2, 1999 Books Review

Alternate Universes
"...Readers of Janet Malcolm's previous works, like In the Freud Archives and The Journalist and the Murderer, know that..."

March 12, 1999 Books Feature

The Thing in the Lake
"...going on? Why does Teddy allow this? And hey, Freud, what's the deal with these guys' dead mother anyway?..."

Feb. 5, 1999 Arts Feature by Sarah Hepola

Gang of Guerillas
"...books and records" -- she names Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, Hermann Hesse, Patti Smith, David Bowie, and Sylvia Plath..."

Jan. 29, 1999 Books Review

"...reading Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious by Freud -- you don't laugh after reading it. But since..."

Jan. 29, 1999 Books Column by Clay Smith

Lies, All Lies
The Silver Castle
"...very influential people. For one thing, he was Sigmund Freud's nephew. One of his best friends was Arthur H...."

Dec. 25, 1998 Books Review

The Man Who Loved Little Girls
"...permitted the same access to children today because since Freud we are too aware, preoccupied, obsessed with subconscious motive...."

Oct. 9, 1998 Arts Feature by Ada Calhoun

From Script to Screen
"...been radically reconstructed is up for question. To paraphrase Freud: Sometimes a snake in the grass is just a..."

Oct. 9, 1998 Screens Feature

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