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Volume 58 (2001)

Issue 1
Introduction Part II: “Metapsychological Considerations on Kris, Prinzhorn and Klee”  403
Jack J. Spector
The Witch's Head Landscape: A Pictorial Illusion from the Prinzhorn Collection  407
Bettina Brand-Claussen
Ernst Kris on F. X. Messerschmidt—A Valuable Stimulus for New Research?  445
Ulrich Pfarr
Traces of Psychology: The Art Historical Writings of Ernst Kris  463
Thomas Roeske
On the Limits of Understanding in Modern Art: Klee, Miro, Freud  479
Jack J. Spector
Issue 2
The Editor's Farewell  497
Martin J. Gliserman
Wordly Powers: A Political Reading of the Rat Man  501
José Brunner
Missing the “Real” Trace of Trauma: How the Second Generation Remember the Holocaust  525
Esther Faye
After the Phallus  545
Loren Glass
“Some Little Language Such as Lovers Use”: Virginia Woolf's Elemental Erotics of Simile  567
Shirley Sharon-Zisser
Weighed in the Balance: H.D.'s Resistance to Freud in “Writing on the Wall”  597
Joanna Spiro
Issue 3
Preface  623
Peter L. Rudnytsky
On Reason, Discourse, and Fantasy  627
Stephen Frosh
Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences: The Limitations of Cut-and-Paste Theorizing  649
E. Virginia Demos
Postures and Impostures: On Lacan's Style and Use of Mathematical Science  685
Jason Glynos and Yannis Stavrakakis
Hamlet and the Trauma Doctors: An Essay at Interpretation  707
Bennett Simon
Book Reviews
Cassandra's Daughter: A History of Psychoanalysis. Joseph Schwartz. New York: Viking, 1999. 339 pp. $28.95.  723
Robert S. Wallerstein
Freud: Darkness in the Midst of Vision. Louis Breger. New York: Wiley, 2000. viii + 472 pp. $30.00.  739
Robert R. Holt
Issue 4
Preface  745
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Psychoanalysis and Aestheticism  749
Perry Meisel
Subliminal Promptings: Psychoanalytic Theory and the Society for Psychical Research  767
James P. Keeley
Using Oral History about Freud: A Case in His “Secret Essay”  793
Paul Roazen
There Where Primary Narcissism Was, I Must Become: The Inception of the Ego in Andreas-Salomé, Lacan, and Kristeva  813
Lorraine Markotic
Freud and Translation  837
Patrick J. Mahony
Historical Document
Rank in Freud's School  841
Georg Groddegk
Book Review
Israel Rosenfield, Freud's “Megalomania.” New York: Norton, 2000. 173 pp. $21.95.  847
Louis Breger
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