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In 1909, Freud visited America for the first and only time. In spite of a very successful reception, he seemed to have developed a severe antipathy for the USA. This is the starting point for Jed Rubenfeld’s highly acclaimed novel, The Interpretation of Murder, in which he imagines Freud involved in a case which is both a murder and psychoanalytic case. The result is a psychological thriller with a cast that includes Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and several important American politicians.