The Unknown Freud: Five Plays and Five Essays by Robert Lippman explores some of the feelings, fears, and beleifs that Freud may have privately harbored about his Jewish religious background, upbringing, and culture. This is done creatively through the five plays, and backed up with scholarly, academic research in the five essays. “A fascinating psychobiographic interweaving of Freud—the creator of psychoanalysis and secular Jew—in an anti-analytic, anti-Semitic society. We walk, talk, and playfully debate with Freud and the author on science and art, the unconscious and culture.” —Harold P. Blum, MD. Executive Director, Emeritus, Sigmund Freud Archives; Former Editor, Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association.