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Jacobs, T. (2018). Discussion of the Universal Analogy: The Complementary Visions of Poetry and Psychoanalysis by Eugene Mahon. Psychoanal Q., 87(3):435-442.
    

(2018). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 87(3):435-442

Discussion of the Universal Analogy: The Complementary Visions of Poetry and Psychoanalysis by Eugene Mahon

Theodore Jacobs

In this discussion of Eugene Mahon's excellent paper, I focus on his concept of inwardness, its role in society, and its expression in poetry and psychoanalysis. I also discuss Mahon's view of the psychological appeal of poetry and compare the creative processes in the poet and the analyst.

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