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Results 1 - 11 of 11 for your search on "jane austen":

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Almond, R. (1989). Psychological Change in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Psychoanal. St. Child, 44:307-324. […]
 
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Almond, R. (2008). On: Object Loss, Renewed Mourning, and Psychic Change in Jane Austen's Persuasion. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 89:195-195. […]
 
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Bishop, B. (1998). Processes of Love and Separation in Jane Austen's Mature Work. Brit. J. Psychother., 15:80-89. […]
 
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Chabot, C.B. (1975). Jane Austen's Novels: The Vicissitudes of Desire. Am. Imago, 32:288-308. […]
 
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Fenichel, O. (1937). RINAKER, CLARISSA: A Psychoanalytical Note on Jane Austen. Psa. Quarterly, V, 1.. Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 23:325. […]
 
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Gorer, G. (1941). The Myth in Jane Austen. Am. Imago, 2:197-204. […]
 
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Hanly, M.A. (2007). Object Loss, Renewed Mourning, and Psychic Change in Jane Austen's Persuasion. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 88:1001-1017. […]
 
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Noland, R.W. (1971). Literature and Psychology. XIX, No. 2, 1969: A Fair but Frozen Maid: A Study of Jane Austen's Emma. Helen Storm Corsa. Pp. 101-123.. Psychoanal Q., 40:538. […]
 
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Restuccia, F.L. (1994). A Black Morning: Kristevan Melancholia in Jane Austen's Emma. Am. Imago, 51:447-469. […]
 
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Rinaker, C. (1936). A Psychoanalytical Note on Jane Austen. Psychoanal Q., 5:108-115. […]
 
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Sterba, R. (1945). The Myth in Jane Austen: Geoffrey Gorer. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, No. 3.. Psychoanal Q., 14:136-137. […]
 
 
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