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Volume 66 (2009)

Issue 1 - Music and Meaing
Preface  1
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Archival Bodies  5
Anne Golomb Hoffman
Childhood and the Fear of Death in Ambrose Bierce's The Parenticide Club and “Visions of the Night”  41
Sharon Talley
Music in the Head: Living at the Brain-Mind Border  71
Leo Rangell
What Good is Music?: A Response to Leo Rangell  91
Arnold Steinhardt
The Meaning in the Music  103
Michele R. Kelly
Apropos the Arts
Art as Play?: The Digital and the Surreal  111
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
Never Told between Generations  119
Warren S. Poland
Review Essay
Sex and the Psyche: The Untold Story of Our Most Secret Fantasies Taken from the Largest Ever Survey of Its Kind. Brett Kahr. London: Allen Lane, 2007. xxvii + 623 pp. £25.  123
Alexander Stein
Issue 2 - Dreaming of Lydia
Preface  129
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Shadow of a Couch  137
Andreas Mayer
Dirty Gods: An Exhibition on Freud's Archaeological Collection  149
Lydia Marinelli
“Body Missing” at Berggasse 19  161
Lydia Marinelli
“Of Snips … and Puppy Dog Tails”: Freud's Sublimation of Judentum  169
Jay Geller
Freud's Uncanny Egypt: Prolegomena  185
Mary Bergstein
The Magic of the Manifest: Freud's Egyptian Dream Book  211
Diane O'Donoghue
The Dogs of War and the Dogs at Home: Thresholds of Loss  231
Ann Pellegrini
Apropos the Arts
Picturing Children Loved and Lost  253
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
Keep Looking?  257
Warren S. Poland
Review Essay
Reconceptualizing Psychoanalytic History: Revolution in Mind: The Creation of Psychoanalysis. George Makari. New York: Harper, 2008. viii + 613 pp. $32.50 (hc), $18.99 (pb).  263
Bruce Rudisch
Issue 3 - Lingering Shadows: Mourning and Its Vicissitudes
Issue Editors: Liz Constable and Naomi Janowitz
Preface  269
Liz Constable and Naomi Janowitz
Replacement Children: The Transgenerational Transmission of Traumatic Loss  277
Gabriele Schwab
Unmourned Dead, Filtered History, and the Screening of Anti-Semitism in Kieślowski's A Short Film About Killing  311
Esther Rashkin
Mourning Vertigo  343
Marilyn Fabe
The Poetics of Loss: Erotic Melancholia in Agamben and Dickinson  369
Joanne Feit Diehl
Book Review
Esther Rashkin. Unspeakable Secrets and the Psychoanalysis of Culture. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2008. xii + 260 pp. $75.00 (hc), $26.95 (pb).  383
Michael G. Levine
Issue 4 - Sándor Ferenczi Returns Home: Papers from the Miskolc Conference
Preface  391
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Sándor Ferenczi between Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy  395
Ernst Falzeder
Toward a Biography of Sándor Ferenczi: Footnotes from Miskolc  405
Krisztián Kapusi
Ferenczi's “Feminine Principle”: A Feminine Version of the Death Drive  411
Luis J. Martín Cabré
A Hungarian Precursor of Attachment Theory: Ferenczi's Successor, Imre Hermann  419
Horst Kächele
Ferenczi's Forgotten Messenger: The Life and Work of Izette de Forest  427
B. William Brennan
The Problem of Demarcation: Psychoanalysis and the Occult  457
Júlia Gyimesi
Psychoanalysis and Magic: Then and Now  471
Mikita Brottman
Apropos the Arts
The Mother-Artist  491
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
The Patient's Empathy  495
Warren S. Poland
Book Review
Franco Borgogno. Psychoanalysis as a Journey. Trans. Ian Harvey. London: Open Gate Press, 2007 xv + 260 pp. $40.50 (pb).  501
Aleksandar Dimitrijevic
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