Freud at your finger tips. Now that's saying something.

The name is iconic, and his work legendary. Biography.com delves into the life and work of the Sigmund Freud, the founder of modern psychology. From his early work to his controversial publications.

Now you can view thousands of items about Freud online.

The Library of Congress is offering its Sigmund Freud collection at your finger tips. Letters, interviews and all sorts of artifacts. It took over a year and a half for the massive 20-thousand item collection to be digitized. The Library of Congress, located in Washington D.C., says that the Freud collection already is physically one of the manuscript department's most visited collections.

Now for anyone who can't make a trip to Washington to view it in person you can one click away. The items touch on just about every aspect of the life of the father of modern psychoanalysis.

Think about it. Sigmond Freud, the man whose theories on sex, repression, religion and more, which remain incredibly controversial to this day, available for you to psychoanalyze. I think he'd be proud.

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