Sigmund Freud's analysis of his daughter, Anna, continues to create many tr
oubling questions: For example, in terms of I-Lis own theory did Freud envi
sage the transference reactions of his daughter in her analysis with him? H
ow are we to understand Anna Freud as a well-trained analyst in terms of th
e inevitable limitations of her analytic experience with her father? Menake
r explores the ethical effects of this analysis in regard to fundamental pr
oblems in psychoanalytic theory and therapy.