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List of Articles


Volume 33 (1976)

Issue 1 - George B. Wilbur 1887-1976
Sigmund Freud and Romain Rolland: The Terrestrial Animal and His Great Oceanic Friend  1
David James Fisher, Ph.D.
Freud and Michelangelo's Moses  60
Rudy Bremer
Donatello and Caravaggio: The Iconography of Decapitation  76
Laurie Schneider, Ph.D.
I: Discussion of Laurie Schneider's Paper  92
Hans J. Kleinschmidt, M.D.
II: Love That Follows upon Murder in Works of Art  98
Martin S. Bergmann
Breast Fantasy in Barthelme, Swift, and Philip Roth: Creativity and Psychoanalytic Structure  102
Daniel A. Dervin, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast  123
Dennis DeNitto, Ph.D.
T. S. Eliot's Dans Le Restaurant  155
George Whiteside, Ph.D.
Synge's Ecstatic Dance and the Myth of the Undying Father  174
Jeanne Flood, Ph.D.
Thomas Middleton's A Chaste Maid in Cheapside: The Delicious and the Disgusting  197
Stephen Wigler, Ph.D.
Bialik's Scroll of Fire: The Poet as Sacrificer  216
Moshe Moskowitz
Issue 3
Freud and His Literary Doubles  231
Mark Kanzer, Ph.D.
Shakespeare's Juliet and Her Nurse  244
Elenore Stratton Fliess and Robert Fliess, M.D.
John Donne's “The Good-Morrow”  261
Dennis Grunes, Ph.D.
The Stones of Madness  266
John J. Hartman, Ph.D., Sarah H. White, Ph.D., James G. Ravin, M.D. and Gerald P. Hodge, MFA
The Turn of the Screw and The Exorcist: Demoniacal Possession and Childhood Purity  296
Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi
Mörike's Mozart on the Way to Prague: Stages and Outcomes of the Creative Experience  304
Ursula Mahlendorf, Ph.D.
Issue 4
The Isaac Syndrome  329
S. Giora Shoham, Ph.D.
The Wonderful World of Disney—Its Psychological Appeal  350
Michael Brody, M.D.
Darwin and Melville: Why a Tortoise?  361
John Franzosa
Conrad's Lord Jim and the Enigma of Sublimation  380
Jeffrey Berman, Ph.D.
Crime and Punishment: Matricide and the Woman Question  403
David Kiremidjian, Ph.D.
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