When you think about Sigmund Freud, do you think of cigars? Cocaine? Coney Island? The Viennese psychoanalyst arrived in New York in 1909 to deliver a series of lectures at Clark University in Massachusetts, but surprisingly little is known about his stay in the city except that he went to Coney Island. Freud's only visit to America is the jumping off point for a pair of fictional investigations into what makes us tick and, in the case of Jed Rubenfeld's... More >>>