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 Front Cover
 Half Title
 Title Page
 Table of Contents
 Psychoanalysis and the narratives...
 True stories: Some psychoanalytic...
 A failing early triangulation process...
 "Lady Chatterley's Lover:" Pastoral's...
 Marianne Moore: Object and libidinal...
 A self-psychological study of narcissistic...
 Transference run wild: David Mamet's...
 Headhunters and victims of war:...
 "The Moostone" by Wilkie Collins....
 Don Juan and the shiksah: Seduction...
 Lacan and literature (Henk...
 Jouissance and knowledge or the...
 Lacan et gide ou le point de rencontre...
 "Who Speaks?" The surrealist little...
 Dys-seminating Lacan: Gender theory's...
 Ear disease in Hamlet (Dianne...
 Shakespeare's Sonnet #129 deconstructed...
 Embodied imagination and the psychoanalytic...
 Rabbit stew and blowing Dorothy's...
 William Faulkner, creativity and...
 William Faulkner's "Conscious Use...
 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Freud's...
 Hysteria and female adolescence:...
 "The Last Gentleman:" A fiction...
 Hitchcock's "Vertigo:" one viewer's...
 "Eat drink man woman:" A postmodern...
 Fascism, the leader and the masses:...
 Why Plato banished the artist:...
 Luther on himself, Erikson on Luther:...
 Das Fraubild im werk Claire Golls...
 Notes sur le reve: A propos d'Henri...
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Group Title: International Conference on Literature and Psychology
Title: International Conference on Literature and Psychology : proceedings
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 Material Information
Title: International Conference on Literature and Psychology : proceedings
Series Title: International Conference on Literature and Psychology
Alternate Title: Literature and pschology
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Language: English
Creator: International Conference on Literature and Psychol
Pereira, Frederico.
ISPA (Lisbon, Portugal)
University of Florida. Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts.
Publisher: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada,
Publication Date: 1996
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Psychology and art   ( lcsh )
Psychoanalysis and art   ( lcsh )
Psychoanalysis and literature   ( lcsh )
Psychology and literature   ( lcsh )
Psychoanalysis and literature -- Congresses
Psychology and literature -- Congresses
Literature, Modern -- History and criticism -- Congresses
 Notes
General Note: Issued with the Institute for the Psychological Study of the Arts, University of Florida.
General Note: English, French and German.
General Note: Edited by Frederico Pereira, 1991-
General Note: Latest issue consulted: 18th (2001).
General Note: Chiefly in English, with some French and German text.
General Note: Includes bibliographical references.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00019686
Volume ID: VID00006
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 003516045
notis - AAB1978
oclc - 35617931
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Half Title
        Page iii
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    Title Page
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    Table of Contents
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    Psychoanalysis and the narratives (Michele Bertrand)
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    True stories: Some psychoanalytic remarks on mimesis (Walter Schonau)
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    A failing early triangulation process in "The Fox" by D. H. Lawrence (Roland A. Pierloot)
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    "Lady Chatterley's Lover:" Pastoral's departure into delusion (Elizabeth Fox)
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    Marianne Moore: Object and libidinal investment (Nancy M. Blake)
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    A self-psychological study of narcissistic fantasies in O'Neill's "The Emperor Jones" (Maria T. Miliora)
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    Transference run wild: David Mamet's "Oleanna" and the crisis of human interaction "Geoffrey Green"
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    Headhunters and victims of war: W. H. R. Rivers and Pat Barker (Anne M. Wyatt-Brown)
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    "The Moostone" by Wilkie Collins. Collins: A detective of his repressed desire (Pierre Met)
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    Don Juan and the shiksah: Seduction scenes in Albert Cohen's novels (Solange Leibovici)
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    Lacan and literature (Henk Hillenaar)
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    Jouissance and knowledge or the critic's curse (Robert Silhol)
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    Lacan et gide ou le point de rencontre entre texte et perversion (Nathalie Kok)
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    "Who Speaks?" The surrealist little bit of reality and the Lacanian lalangue (Radu Turcanu)
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    Dys-seminating Lacan: Gender theory's lost other (Tamise Van Pelt)
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    Ear disease in Hamlet (Dianne Hunter)
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    Shakespeare's Sonnet #129 deconstructed (Marvin B. Krims)
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    Embodied imagination and the psychoanalytic of water in Hemingway's "Summer People" (Erik Nakjavani)
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    Rabbit stew and blowing Dorothy's dridges: Love, aggression, and fetishism in "For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Carl P. Eby)
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    William Faulkner, creativity and the ravages of alcoholism (Bertram Wyatt-Brown)
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    William Faulkner's "Conscious Use of Freud" in "The Sound and the Fury" (Robert Sprich)
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    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Freud's fear of music (Marcia Green)
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    Hysteria and female adolescence: The case of Arthur Schnitzler's "Fraeulein Else" (Astrid Lange-Kirchheim)
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    "The Last Gentleman:" A fiction illustrating the psychopathology of everyday life (Nancy E. Schaumburger)
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    Hitchcock's "Vertigo:" one viewer's viewing (Norman N. Holland)
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    "Eat drink man woman:" A postmodern writing of Ozu's family melodramas (Kiseko Minaguchi)
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    Fascism, the leader and the masses: Mussolini's autobiography (Carlotta Von Maltzan)
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    Why Plato banished the artist: Some Jungian observations (Maria Kardaun)
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    Luther on himself, Erikson on Luther: Literature, history and psychology (Laszlo Halasz)
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    Das Fraubild im werk Claire Golls (Anna Hausdorf)
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    Notes sur le reve: A propos d'Henri Michaux (Frederico Pereira)
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    Back Cover
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