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(1977). Psyche. XXX, 1976: The Motif of Intrusion in Henry James. Peter Dettmering. Pp. 1057-1080.. Psychoanal Q., 46:714.
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(1977). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 46:714

Psyche. XXX, 1976: The Motif of Intrusion in Henry James. Peter Dettmering. Pp. 1057-1080.

Dettmering shows that a leit-motif in the novels and stories of Henry James was the elaboration of the identity conflicts of many of his characters, whose concealed and feared "true self" was either provoked or represented by certain antagonists, while its realization was, for the most part, anxiously avoided by them. The author points out the peculiar role that communication apparently played for James and demonstrates his vacillation between Europe and America.

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(1977). Psyche. XXX, 1976. Psychoanal. Q., 46:714

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