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List of Articles

Volume 42 (1985)

Issue 1
The Prophecies of Jeremiah  1
Daniel Merkur
James Joyce's Bloom: The Mongrel Imagery  39
Joanne E. Rea, Ph.D.
Dickens's Great Expectations: The Motive for Moral Masochism  45
Shuli Barzilai
The “Unplumb'd, Salt Estranging” Tragedy of The French Lieutenant's Woman  69
Douglas B. Johnstone
Faulkner's the Sound and the Fury: The Incest Theme  85
Richard Feldstein, Ph.D.
Evelyn Waugh: His Ordeal  99
Robert J. Kloss, Ph.D.
Issue 2
A Farewell to Freud's Interpretation of Dreams  111
K. R. Eissler, M.D.
Allan Pinkerton: A Psychobiographical Sketch  131
Sue Chance, M.D.
The Absent Mother in Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights  143
Philip K. Wion
Emily Dickinson's Willed Paradise: In Defeat of Adam and Repeal  165
Louise Simons, M.D.
Aristophanes' Frogs: Dionysus as the Son-Savior  183
Helen Kay
Religion: A Rorschachian Projection Theory  199
Diane Jonte-Pace, Ph.D.
Issue 3
E.T.A Hoffmann's Vampirism Tale: Instinctual Perversion  235
Thomas A. Kamla, Ph.D.
Marcel Duchamp  255
Gerard J. Pape, Ph.D.
The Sweet-Shop Window, the House of Fiction and the Jamesian Artist  269
Merla Wolk
Milton's Paradise Lost: Augustinian Theology and Fantasy  297
Wolfgang E.H. Rudat, Ph.D.
W. B. Yeats' “Cuchulainn's Fight with the Sea”  315
Mahmoud Omidsalar
Artemisia Gentileschi: Further Notes  335
Joseph Wm. Slap, M.D.
Issue 4
Mozart's Zoroastran Riddles  345
Maynard Solomon
Nostalgia and Hidden Meaning  371
Eugene B. Daniels, Ph.D.
Freud and Fliess: A Supportive Literary Relationship  385
Stanley J. Coen, M.D.
Nietzsche's Oedipus  413
Peter L. Rudnytsky, Ph.D.
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