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The Ego and the Id

Narrated by: Deaver Brown
Length: 2 hrs and 26 mins
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The most important book ever written in psychology.

Public Domain (P)2019 Deaver Brown

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The Ego and The I’d Deaver Brown

I have downloaded over 70 books from Audible.
This is without a doubt, in my opinion the worse narrated , words are stumbled over, and jumps in the recording. I have asked for a refund.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-01-20

Reader struggles pronounce a variety of words

The reader struggles to pronounce a variety of words in this text, including "Psychoanalysis", which lead to a painful first chapter. He also struggled with the abbreviations the translators use for words like "Unconscious" (Ucs), "Conscious" (Cs), and "Perception" (Pcpt), reading the abbreviation out instead of the word, which I imagine was done by Freud as shorthand to save himself time while writing, and not intended to be read in shorthand as this disrupts the flow of thought.

The actual content of this text is phenomenal, albeit difficult to grasp the first time through, which the reader mention (to his credit). Buy the actual book of you want to process the material.

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  • Brandon
  • 11-12-19

A great book, but not the best executio

I loved content of the book, but the narration and eerie choice of music is unsettling and can be irritating. There are several points in the book where the narrator trips on his words, stutters, pauses or has trouble pronouncing the words he's reading. This can be expected from a public speech, but not from a audiobook that can go over the sentence as many times as it takes to get it right. With the background of the eerie music, the narration becomes very difficult to listen to when the same tune is repeating over and over again.

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  • Kacy
  • 27-09-19

the music in the background is distracting

the music in the background is distracting and the nariator annoys me ............. good book just need a different version