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List of Articles

Volume 47 (1990)

Issue 1
Memory and Mother Love in Morrison's Beloved  1
Barbara Offutt Mathieson, Ph.D.
Writing and the Dispossession of Woman in The Aspern Papers  23
Joseph Church, Ph.D.
Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises: Masculinity, Feminism, and Gender-Role Reversal  43
Wolfgang E. H. Rudat, Ph.D.
From Ego-Defense to Reality Enhancement: Updating the Analytic Perspective on Art  69
Gilbert J. Rose, M.D.
Annotated Bibliography of Claude Dagmar Daly (1884–1950)  81
M. J. Lupton, Ph.D. and J. R. Lupton, Ph.D.
Issue 2
“Yet can he write”: Reading the Silences in The Spanish Tragedy  93
Kay Stockholder, Ph.D.
Doing that Freudian Thing: Six Readers Reading Jacques Lacan  125
D. L. Macdonald, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis, Relativism, and Morality  145
C. Fred Alford, Ph.D.
The Correspondence between Maréchal and Madame Pétain, 1913 to 1949: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation  169
Jacques Szaluta, Ph.D.
Issue 3-4
Editorial Note  iv
Robinson Crusoe: The Vicissitudes of Greed—Cannibalism and Capitalism  197
Martin Gliserman
Horatio Alger's Ragged Dick: Projection, Denial and Double-Dealing  233
Madonne M. Miner
Bloom Again? Questions of Aggression and Psychoanalytic Reconstruction  249
Daniel Dervin
A Fall from Grace: The Fragmentation of Masculine Subjectivity and the Impossibility of Femininity in Hitchcock's Vertigo  271
Garry M. Leonard
Batman and Robin: A Family Romance  293
Robert Lang
Michelangelo's Pietà and a Neglected Memory of His Childhood  321
Michael P. Carroll
Romantic Recognitions  337
Leon Waldoff
Chary Charity: Mother Love and Infant Need in Shakespeare's Sonnets  365
Andrew Sprung
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