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List of Articles

Volume 71 (2014)

Issue 1
Don DeLillo's Falling Man and the Protective Shield against Stimuli  1
Charles Sumner
The Legend of the Artist: Family Romance and Führer Myth  29
Steffen Krüger
There is No Art Therapy: A Proposal for an Art Workshop Scheme in Work with Young Adults  53
Xavier Gassmann and Céline Masson
Asylum and the Museum  67
Myna Trustram
Book Reviews
Freud and His Manuscripts: A Critical Edition of Beyond the Pleasure Principle: “Jenseits des Lustprinzips”: Neu-Edition, Erstabdruck der Urfassung (1919) und Kommentar. Sigmund Freud. Edited by Ulrike May and Michael Schröter. In Luzifer-Amor: Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse 51 (2013), 7-169.  85
G. W. Pigman, III
A Politics of the Death Drive: Enjoying What We Don't Have: The Political Project of Psychoanalysis. Todd McGowan. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2013. 364 pp.  89
Randall Terada
Contributors  97
Issue 2
Dingo, Monster, Rabbit, “I”: Personal and Cultural Meanings in Sand Stories by a Young Girl, Central Australia  99
Ute Eickelkamp
Symposium on Children's Literature and Illustration: Introduction  131
Elaine P. Zickler
“To Half Believe and Wholly Play”: Dialectics of Reality in Beatrix Potter's The Tale of Two Bad Mice  133
Adele Tutter
The Child's Child: Theory of Mind in the Work of Beatrix Potter  161
Susan Scheftel
A Dream Mother: Maternal Function and Mentalization in Little Bear  173
Rebecca L. Chaplan
Absent Eyes, Bodily Trauma, and the Perils of Seeing in David Small's Stitches  183
Ilana Larkin
A Small Gardener Scripts Her Own Life  213
Amy Sonheim
Contributors  227
Issue 3
On the Freedom of Thought, in Dream Life if Nowhere Else: Freud, Foucault, and Euripides  229
Sharon Sliwinski
Freud as Milton's God: Mapping the Patriarchal Cosmos in Psychoanalysis and Paradise Lost  253
Peter L. Rudnytsky
The Knight in Shining Armor and the Pure Fool: The Construction of “Innocence” in Two Wagner Operas  289
Robert A. Paul
Self-Object Misuse in the Production of the False Self, with Comments on Victor Hugo's The Man Who Laughs  315
Charles A. Peterson, Ph.D.
Cyrano de Bergerac: The Adventures of Narcissism in Edmond Rostand's Heroic Comedy in Verse  337
Areti Spyropoulou
Contributors  351
Issue 4 - The Return to Psychoanalysis after the Second World War
Ernst Kris in America  353
Nellie L. Thompson, Ph.D.
What Lacan Owes to Lévi-Strauss  375
Juan Pablo Lucchelli
Memory, Trauma, and the Matter of Historical Violence: The Controversial Case of Four Photographs from Auschwitz  391
Kate Lawless
Psychoanalysis, Reparation, and Historical Memory  417
Karl Figlio
Two against Freud: Pinsky's “Essay on Psychiatrists” in a Philosophical Context  445
Brian Glaser
Contributors  459
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