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Anna Freud was her father Sigmund's sounding board, chief collaborator, and intellectual heir. Yet she harbored secrets that could haven shaken the foundations of his growing legacy. Suspecting as much, Sigmund psychoanalyzed her. Was that analysis the erotic echo chamber that he warned analysis always is? Who was Dorothy Burlingham, a figure that most of Sigmund's biographers have tirelessly ignored? How did Anna manage to live a full life and become a guiding force for analysts, educators, and humanitarians, all while devoting herself to her wary father as he aged and died? In "HYSTERICAL," Anna tells her story for the first time.