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List of Articles


Volume 45 (1988)

Issue 1
The Myth of the Birth of the Hero Revisited: Disasters and Brutal Child Rearing  1
Stanley Rosenman, Ph.D.
Peter Shaffer's Amadeus: The Making and Un-Making of the Fathers  45
William J. Sullivan, Ph.D.
John Fowles: The Psychological Complexity of The Magus  61
Julius Rowan Raper
Beckett's Unnamables: Schizophrenia, Rationalism, and the Novel  85
Eileen H. Watts, Ph.D.
The Confessions of Augustine: Narcissistic Elements  107
William R. Beers, M.DIV.
Issue 2
Alice James: “Neither Dead nor Recovered”  127
Mary Cappello
Uncivil Wars: The Reproduction of Mother-Daughter Conflict and Rosellen Brown's Autobiography of My Mother  163
Merla Wolk
Shame in Edith Wharton's The Mother's Recompense  187
Lev Raphael
Who is Arnold Friend? The Other Self in Joyce Carol Oates's “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”  205
G. J. Weinberger
The Incest Taboo in Wuthering Heights: A Modern Appraisal  217
Kathryn B. Mcguire
Emily Dickinson's “My Life Closed Twice”: The Archetypal Import of its Imagistic Number Two  225
Eli Flatto, Ph.D.
Ambivalence Towards Women in Chinese Characters, and Its Implications for Feminism  229
Siegfried Berthelsdorf, M.D.
Issue 3
Freudian Hermeneutics  239
Marsha Abrams, Ph.D., M.S.W.
The Psychotherapy of the Dead: Loss and Character Structure in Freud's Metapsychology  251
Greg Mogenson, M.A.
Yankev Glatshteyn: Mourning the Yiddish Language  271
Janet R. Hadda, Ph.D.
The Grief Behind the Spots of Time  287
Don Johnson, Ph.D.
King Lear, King Leir, and Incest Wishes  309
Mark J. Blechner, Ph.D.
Othello and the Comforts of Love  327
James H. Lake, Ph.D.
Alien within, Aliens without: The Primal Scene and the Return to the Repressed  337
Ilsa J. Bick, M.D.
Issue 4
The Last Four Shots: Problems of Intention and Camus' The Stranger  359
George J. Makari, M.D.
The Black Man's Part in Crane's Monster  375
Joseph Church, Ph.D.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: An Anatomy of Chastity  389
Adam Freeman, M.A. and Janet Thormann, Ph.D.
“Old Mr. Prickle-pin”: Simon Gray's Butley  411
John A. Mills, Ph.D.
Thomas Jefferson: Relationships with Women  431
Gisela Tauber, J.D.
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