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The death instinct

Jed Rubenfeld

The death instinct

by Jed Rubenfeld

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Headline Review in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physicians,
  • Terrorism,
  • Fiction,
  • Terrorism investigation,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    New York, 1920. The streets of Manhattan teem with seething resentments and inarticulate passions. Wall Street explodes-- literally. It is the most destructive and deadly terrorist attack ever committed on US soil. Three people caught in the blast are led on a harrowing journey from Paris to Prague, unraveling secrets and the shocking truth behind the terror in Wall Street.

    Edition Notes

    StatementJed Rubenfeld
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3618.U233 D43 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination454 p. ;
    Number of Pages454
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24864493M
    ISBN 109780755343997, 9780755344000
    LC Control Number2011378288

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Once upon a time, wished I knewwhich books were top-shelf, and which books I should bypass/5. -Katherine Howe, author of The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane ". The Death Instinct is a terrifically smart, tumbling roller coaster of a novel, full of mysterious twists and turns, murders, conspiracies, dreams of revenge, and ultimately a very human redemption/5(97).

The Death Instinct deals with the early years of Mesrine's criminal life, including a horrifically graphic description of a murder he committed early on in his career and a highly detailed account of the workings of the French criminal underworld--making this book perhaps one of the most intriguing and detailed anthropological studies of a criminal culture ever written/5(13).

Set in and aroundThe Death Instinct is played out in both the United States and Europe. At the beginning of the novel, Dr. Younger, a WWI veteran, a French woman, Collette, and her young brother Luc, along with New York Detective Littlemore find themselves at the scene of a bombing on Wall Street/5.

-Katherine Howe, author of The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane " The Death Instinct is a terrifically smart, tumbling roller coaster of a novel, full of mysterious twists and turns, murders, conspiracies, dreams of revenge, and ultimately a very human redemption/5(97).

Death Instinct's description on the back of the book is what caught me. It's my first Bentley Little novel. The murders in this book are extremely strange, defiantly from the /5(57). Mesrine wrote "The Death Instinct" while serving time in the high-security prison La Sante; the manuscript was smuggled out of the prison and was later published by Guy Debord's publisher Gerard Lebovici (who briefly adopted Mesrine's daughter, Sabrina, before being assassinated, a few years after Mesrine)/5.

In the tradition of Thomas Harris' Red Dragon, Emmons has created a sizzling debut novel of a gruesome killer who seems to have just stepped off the elevator from hell, and a tough police lieutenant whose arsenal of modern technology is getting him nowhere in his quest to stop the fiend.

Paperback, pages/5. With the publication of his book  Beyond the Pleasure Principal inFreud c oncluded that all instincts fall into one of two major classes: life instincts or death instincts.

Death Instinct's description on the back of the book is what caught me. It's my first Bentley Little novel. The murders in this book are extremely strange, defiantly from /5(56). "The Death Instinct is a terrifically smart, tumbling roller coaster of a novel, full of mysterious twists and turns, murders, conspiracies, dreams of revenge, and ultimately a very human redemption.

Beginning with one of the great unsolved crimes in American history-the bombing of Wall Street-author Jed Rubenfeld takes the reader on a fast-forward journey /5(70). "In The Death Instinct, Jed Rubenfeld masterfully weaves a sweeping story that moves from New York City to Paris to Vienna and back, illuminating with shocking and harrowing clarity the aftershock effects of the Great War on an entire generation.

Anyone with a taste for mystery, political intrigue, and love in desperate circumstances will devour this enthralling novel.". Death instinct theory has not fared well. In his influential book Man against Himself, American psychiatrist Karl Menninger stated that he found this theory helpful in understanding suicide and other self-destructive behaviors.

Critics have dominated, however, both within the circle of psychoanalysis and the larger professional and academic community. The death instinct was Freud's attempt to explain this repetition compulsion that overrides the pleasure principle, whether in post-traumatic dreams, certain compulsive children's games (such as the "fort-da" game), or indeed in analysands' resistances to the treatment (the transference).

Bram Stoker Award-winning author Bentley Little explores the unspeakable depths of human nature in this shocking horror novel. Cathy was only six when the man who lived in the house across the street killed his wife and then himself. Cathy heard the screams. She saw the blood and the bodies/5(11).

"The Death Instinct" deals with the early years of Mesrine's criminal life, including a horrifically graphic description of a murder he committed early on in his career and a highly detailed account of the workings of the French criminal underworld--making this book perhaps one of the most intriguing and detailed anthropological studies of a.

“The Death Instinct” is that rare combo platter: a blast to read — you’ll be counting how few pages you have left with dread, and you’ll do this before you’re halfway done — Author: Susannah Meadows. Death Instinct is a winner. Published by User, 12 years ago I promise, once you begin to read Death Instinct, you won't easily be able to sleep.5/5(5).

About The Death Instinct. From the international bestselling author-"a sprawling and ambitious literary mystery" (The Seattle Times).From a true and shocking event-the bombing of lower Manhattan in September Jed Rubenfeld weaves a twisting and thrilling work of fiction as a physician, a female radiochemist, and a police official come to believe that the inexplicable.

The Death Instinct, his second novel, a mystery-thriller published inuses the Wall Street bombing () as a key plot element. The Triple Package: How Three Unlikely Traits Explain the Rise and Fall of Cultural Groups in America () with Amy Chua; Personal life.

Rubenfeld is Education: Juilliard School, Princeton University. Title: Death Instinct Format: Mass Market Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X 1 in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X 1 in Published: December 5, Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group Language: English.Psychoanalyst Ernest Jones (/, p.

) observed, "It is a little odd that Freud himself never, except in conversation, used for the death instinct the .About Death Instinct. Bram Stoker Award-winning author Bentley Little explores the unspeakable depths of human nature in this shocking horror novel.

Cathy was only six when the man who lived in the house across the street killed his wife and then himself.