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Volume 22 (1965)

Issue 1-2
Imagery in King Lear  3
Mark Kanzer, M.D.
Stone As a Symbol in Apache Mythology  14
L. Bryce Boyer, M.D.
A Poetic Corroboration of Psychoanalysis  40
Peter Novotny, M.D.
The Vulture as Mother Symbol: A Note on Freud's Leonardo  47
Noel Bradley, Ph.D.
Salinger's “Franny”: Homoerotic Imagery  57
Daniel Seitzman, M.D.
Neurotic Downward Identification  77
George Devereaux, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis and Music  96
Richard F. Sterba, M.D.
Symbolism and the Creative Process of Art  112
Harry Slochower, M.D.
Communications
From Eden to Utopia  128
Rudolf Eckstein, Ph.D. and Elaine Caruth, Ph.D.
Megalomania  142
R. E. Money-Kyrle, M.D.
Reviews of Current Books
Hebrew Myths and Judaic Rites: Robert Graves and Raphael Patai: Hebrew Myths, The Book of Genesis. Double-day & Co., Garden City, N. Y. 1964. 311 pp.Theodor Reik: Pagan Rites in Judaism. Farrar, Straus, N.Y. 1964. 206 pp.  155
Fabian X. Schupper, Ph.D.
Theodor Reikz: Theodor Reik: The Need To Be Loved. Farrar, Straus and Company, 1963, 276 pp.  156
Herman Waldman, ED.D.
Style and the Rorschach: Murray Levine, Ph.D. and George Spivack, Ph.D.: Rorschach Index of Repressive Style. Springfield, Ill.: Charles Thomas Publ., 1964, XVI + 164 pp.  158
Emanuel F. Hammer, Ph.D.
Hartmann on Ego Psychology: Heinz Hartmann: Essays on Ego Psychology. Selected Problems in Psychoanalytical Thory. New York, International Universities Press, Inc., 1964, 492 pp.  159
 
Issue 3
Freud's Cognitive Style  163
Robert R. Holt
Freud's Personality at 40  180
Barbara J. Betz, M.D.
The Antigone Principle  186
Benjamin B. Wolman, Ph.D.
Reviews of Current
Psychiatry, Religion and the Clergy: Francis J., Braceland, M.D., and Michael Stock, O.P.: Modern Psychiatry: A Handbook for Believers. Doubleday and Co., Inc., Garden City, New York, 1963, XIX + 346 pp.Robert G., Gassert, S.J., and Bernard H. Hall, M.D.: Psychiatry and Religious Faith. New York, Viking Press, 1964, XX + 171 pp.  202
Seward Hiltner, Ph.D.
Margaretta K., Bowers, M.D., Conflicts of the Clergy. New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1964, 256 pp.  203
Clinton J. Kew
Addiction: Isidor Chein, Donald L. Gerard, Robert S. Lee, Eva Rosenfeld: The Road to H, New York: Basic Books, 1964, 469 pp.  205
Charles Winick, Ph.D.
Allness Vs. Illness: John M. Dorsey: Illness or Allness: Conversations of a Psychiatrist. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1965, 636 pages.  206
Bernard Goldman
Necrophilia or Biophilia: Fromm, Erich: The Heart of Man. Its Genius for Good and Evil. Religious Perspectives, edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen. New York, Evanston and London: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1964, 156 pp.  209
Harry Slochower
Identity in America: Hendrik M. Ruitenbeek: The Individual and the Crowd: A Study of Identity in America. New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons. 146 pp.  210
Eric Josephson and Mary Josephson
Prevention of Nuclear War: Psychiatric Aspects of the Prevention of Nuclear War. Formulated by the Committee on Social Issues. Report No. 57. Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry: 104 East 25th Street, New York, N.Y. 10010, 1064 pages 223-318.  211
Harry Slochower
Mozart's Libretti Psychoanalyzed: Brigid Brophy: Mozart the Dramatist; a Psychological and Historical study of Genius, New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1964, 328 pp.  212
Otto Deri, Ph.D.
Books in Brief
Wolfgang Lederer: Dragons, Delinquents, and Destiny. An Essay on Positive Superego Functions. Introduction by Roy Schaefer. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1964, 83 pp.  216
 
Joost A. M. Meerloo: Illness and Cure. Studies on the Philosophy of Medicine and Mental Health. New York, London: Grune and Stratton, 1964, VI + 282 pp.  216
 
Anorexia Nervosa as a Paradigm: Evolution of Psychosomatic Concepts. M. Ralph Kaufman, M.D., Marcel Heiman, M.D., editors. Nw York, International Universities Press, Inc., 1964, 399 pp.  217
 
Harry Slochower: Literature And Philosophy Between Two World Wars. The Problem of Alienation in a War Culture. New York: The Citadel Press, 1964, XIX + 404 pp. (Paperback).  217
 
Milton Rokeach: The Three Christs of Ypsilanti. A Narrative Study of Three Lost Men. New York: A. A. Knopf, 1964, 336 pp.  217
 
Contemporary Approaches to Creative Thinking. Edited by Howard E. Gruber, Glenn Terrell, Michael Wertheimer. New York: Atherton Press, 1963, XIV + 223 pages.  218
 
John and Elaine dimming: Ego and Milieu. Foreword by Alfred H. Stanton. New York, Atherton Press, 1963, 292 pp.  218
 
Alan O. Ross, Ph.D.: The Exceptional Child in the Family. Helping Parents of Exceptional Children. New York, London: Crune and Stratton, 1964, X + 230 pp.  218
 
Hans Selye: From Dream to Discovery. On Being a Scientist. New York, Toronto, London: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1964, XIV + 419 pp.  219
 
Gaston Bachelard: The Psychoanalysis of Fire, trans, by Alan C. M. Ross, Boston: Beacon Press, 1964, 119 pp.  219
 
Michael Fordham, Editor: Contact with Jung. Philadelphia and Montreal: J. B. Lippincott Co. 1965, X + 245 pp.  219
 
Joseph Campbell, Editor: Man and Transformation. Papers from the Eranos Yearbook. Selected and translated by Ralph Manheim from the “Eranos-Jahrbücher,” edited by Olga Froebe-Kapteyn. New York: Pantheon Books 1964 (Bollingen Series XXX). + 413 pp.  220
 
Victor E. Frankl, M.D.: The Doctor and the Soul. From Psychotherapy to Logotherapy. Translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1065, XXI + 289 pp.  220
 
Carl M. Grossman, M.D., F.A.P.A. and Sylvia Grossman: The Wild Analyst. The Life and Work of Georg Groddeck. New York: George Braziller, 1965, 222 pp.  220
 
C. G. Jung: Civilization in Transition. Translated by R. F. C. Hull. New York: Pantheon Books, 1964, (Bollingen Series XX), XI + 618 pp.  220
 
Daniel I. Malamud, Ph.D., Solomon Machover, Ph.D.: Toward Self-Understanding. Group Techniques in Self-Confrontation. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, Publ., 1965, XII + 269 pp.  221
 
Jessie Marmorstein, M.D., F.A.C.P., Edward Stainbrook, Ph.D., M.D. editors: Psychoanalysis and the Human Situation. New York, Washington, Hollywood: Vantage Press, 1964, 270 pp.  221
 
Donald Freed: Freud and Stanislavsky. New Directions in the Performing Arts. With a Foreword by Lawrence J., Friedman, M.D. Introduction by Guy Stockwell. New York, Washington, Hollywood: Vantage Press, Inc., 1964, VIII + 128 pp.  221
 
Issue 4
A Christmas Fantasy  227
Barbara W. Tilley
The Ghost in Hamlet  232
Niels L. Anthonisen, M.D.
Shaw's Man and Superman: His Struggle for Sublimation  250
Julian L. Stamm, M.D.
Nerval's “Aurélia”: Schizophrenia and Art  255
Frida F. L. Huige
Eissler's Goethe: A Preliminary Comment  275
Harry Slowchower
Reviews of Current Books
The Vital Balance of the “Hopeless” Patient: Karl Menninger, with Martin Mayman and Paul Pruyser: The Vital Balance. New York: Viking Press, 1963, 531 pp.  281
Harry Fiss, Ph.D.
Mental Health Book Review Index, Vol. 10, 1965. With an Editorial: In Search of an Organizing Principle for the Behavioral Science Literature, 78 pp. Published by the Council on Research in Bibliography, Inc., Ilse Bry, Ph.D., Chairman, Lois Afflerbach, M.A., Co-Chairman.  284
 
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