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 Front Cover
 Half Title
 Title Page
 Table of Contents
 Lacan and the signifier (Robert...
 On literary appellation: Why are...
 Melancholic reading or reading...
 Doubling, oedipal fantasies, and...
 Transference: The impossible relation...
 A patient-therapist relationship:...
 Liquid assets: Sex, money and subjectivity...
 Unconscious inference from metaphor:...
 Matthew Arnold's struggle for a...
 Con man fictions: Psychoanalytic...
 "The symbol of that which constains...
 The phenomenology of upper rooms...
 Bathmology: Science or art of the...
 "Knights of the Heavens" in the...
 Shakespeare's continuity through...
 Ophelia and the (im)possibility...
 Moby-Dick or the whale by Herman...
 Is "The Prelude" a national epic?...
 Rubek's choice. Psychoanalytical...
 Illness and the body in Katherine...
 "Let's Hope the Red Army isn't...
 "The Kreutzer Sonata:" A Kleinian...
 Gender, class, and religion in...
 Nineteenth-century Russian literature...
 "Urga" and the metapsychology of...
 The northern Irish conflict filmed...
 The "Secret at the Bottom of It...
 Psychoanalysis and literature,...
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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: 1998
 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: VID00008
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
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    Title Page
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    Table of Contents
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    Lacan and the signifier (Robert Silhol)
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    On literary appellation: Why are there no meaningless names in literature? (Walter Schonau)
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    Melancholic reading or reading melancholia. Psychoanalytic criticism and text as score (Eva Ekselius)
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    Doubling, oedipal fantasies, and the postmodern uncanny: Paul Auster's "New York Trilogy" (Roberta Rubenstein)
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    Transference: The impossible relation (Elizabeth Wright)
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    A patient-therapist relationship: An unconscious symmetry (Max Day)
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    Liquid assets: Sex, money and subjectivity in classical psychoanalytic theory (David Bennett)
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    Unconscious inference from metaphor: What follows from mother's being warm and soft (Burton A. Melnick)
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    Matthew Arnold's struggle for a true self (Saundra M. Segan)
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    Con man fictions: Psychoanalytic reflections on a perverse structure (Jane Kupersmidt)
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    "The symbol of that which constains us:" David Mamet's homicide, paranoia, and the ambivalence of cultural identity (Geoffrey Green)
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    The phenomenology of upper rooms (Sherry Lutz Zivley)
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    Bathmology: Science or art of the good distance (Henk Hillenaar)
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    "Knights of the Heavens" in the representation of death (Viktor Mazin)
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    Shakespeare's continuity through the daughter (Dianne Hunter)
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    Ophelia and the (im)possibility of a female subjectivity (James N. Brown and Patricia Sant)
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    Moby-Dick or the whale by Herman Melville: "jouissance at work" (Pierre Met)
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    Is "The Prelude" a national epic? (Edmond Wright)
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    Rubek's choice. Psychoanalytical approaches to Henrik Ibsen: "When We Dead Awaken" (Tom Eide)
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    Illness and the body in Katherine Mansfield's fiction (Carole Stone)
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    "Let's Hope the Red Army isn't Listening in on Us:" A psychoanalytic hearing of the unspoken in "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (Maureen Turim)
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    "The Kreutzer Sonata:" A Kleinian approach to Tolstoy's hatred of sex (Danile Rancour-Laferriere)
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    Gender, class, and religion in Eastern European immigrant fiction (Anne M. Wyatt-Brown)
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    Nineteenth-century Russian literature and modern southern writers (Bertram Wyatt-Brown)
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    "Urga" and the metapsychology of postnational identity (Scott Nygren)
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    The northern Irish conflict filmed as a Freudian fable: Joe Comerford's "High Boot Benny" (1993) (Georgiana M. M. Colvile)
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    The "Secret at the Bottom of It All:" Freud's cameo in "The Day the Earth Stood Still" (Marcia Green)
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    Psychoanalysis and literature, as seen by undergraduates (Laszlo Halasz)
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    Back Cover
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