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List of Articles

Volume 56 (1999)

Issue 1
The Utopian Pursuit of Death  1
Siamak Movahedi
A Psychoanalytic Study of Evil  27
C. Fred Alford
The Absent Father's Presence in Modern and American Gay Drama  53
Daniel Dervin
Off-Stage Voices in James Agee's Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: Reportage as Covert Autobiography  75
William Todd Schultz
Issue 2
Desolate Among Them: Loss, Fantasy, and Recovery in the Book of Ezekiel  105
Dereck M. Daschke
Feminine Substance in Being and Nothingness  133
Sharon Ghamari-Tabrizi
The Agency of the Anus in the Letter or Reason Since Freud  145
Jon Hodge
Dead Ringers: A Case of Psychosis in Twins  181
Corinne Oster
Issue 3
Introduction  203
Henk Hillenaar and Walter Schönau
Is it Possible to Apply Literature to Psychoanalysis?  207
Pierre Bayard
Foundations and Problems of “Textoanalysis”  221
Jean Bellemin-Noël and Michael Davidson
Past, Present, and Future of “Psychoanalysis and Literature”  237
Henk Hillenaar
The Story of a Psychoanalytic Critic  245
Norman N. Holland
The Past, Present and Future of Psychoanalytical Literary Studies in Germany: Essay on a Personal Example  261
Carl Pietzcker
Wrecking Crews  285
Peter L. Rudnytsky
From Literary Criticism to Literary Anthropology  299
Robert Silhol
Issue 4
Freud's “Economic Hypothesis”: From Homo Oeconomicus to Homo Sexualis  311
Lawrence Birken
A Jouissance Beyond the Phallus: Juno, Saint Teresa, Bernini, Lacan  331
Tom Hayes
Levinas's Law  357
Alon Kantor
Well-Tempered Bagatelles—A Meditation on Listening in Psychoanalysis & Music  387
Alexander Stein
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