'Dora' can also refer to...

Alexis und Dora

(Anna) Dora Gaitskell (1901—1989) politician





Dora Birtles (1903—1994)

Dora Bryan (b. 1924)

Dora Carrington (1893—1932) painter

Dora Estella Bright (1863—1951) composer and pianist

Dora Esther Yates (1879—1974) bibliographer and Romani scholar

Dora Frances Barrow Montefiore (1851—1933) suffragist

Dora Gordine (1895—1991) sculptor

Dora Greenwell (1821—1882) poet and essayist

Dora Labbette (1898—1984)

Dora Maar (1907—1997)

Dora Marsden (1882—1960) suffragette and philosopher

Dora Russell (1894—1986) writer and campaigner for women's rights

Dora Russell (b. 1830)

Dora Sigerson Shorter (1866—1918) poet and journalist

Dora Wilcox (1873—1953)

Madame d'Ora (1881—1963)

Portrait of Dora

Rebecca Dora Sieff (1890—1966) feminist and Zionist

Spenlow, Dora


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In psychoanalysis, the pseudonym of an 18-year-old woman treated by Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) in 1900 for hysteria and discussed in his famous case study in 1901/5 entitled ‘Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria’ (Standard Edition, VII, pp. 7–122). See also urethral erotism.

Subjects: Psychology.

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