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List of Articles


Volume 16 (1989)

Editorial  1
David Tuckett
The Psychoanalytic Movement During the Years of the War (1939–1945) According to the Archives of the IPA  3
Adam Limentani
Activities of British Psychoanalysts During the Second World War and the Influence of their Inter-Disciplinary Collaboration on the Development of Psychoanalysis in Great Britain  15
Pearl H.M. King
'It is a New Kind of Diaspora…'  35
Riccardo Steiner
Transference-Countertransference Enactment in the Recommendation to Convert Psychotherapy to Psychoanalysis  79
Cecile Bassen
Jesus and Object-Use: A Winnicottian Account of the Resurrection Myth  93
Brooke Hopkins
T Zero: Waiting  101
Haydee Faimberg
A Hypothesis about Freud's Motive for Writing the Monograph 'On Aphasia'  111
Ana-Maria Rizzuto
A Godless Jew: By Peter Gay. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1987. Pp. 182.  119
Mortimer Ostow
The I. By Norman N. Holland. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1985. Pp. 381.  121
A. D. Hutter
Melancholia and Depression. From Hippocratic Times to Modern Times: By Stanley W. Jackson. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. 1986. Pp. 441 + x.  124
Daniel W. Badal
The Role of Shame in Symptom Formation: By Helen Block Lewis. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1987. Pp. 249.  126
Pierre Doucet
The Limits of Interpretation. What's Wrong with Psychoanalysis? By Peter Lomas. London: Penguin Books. 1987. Pp. 158.  128
Jean Arundale
Freud's Discovery of Psychoanalysis. The Politics of Hysteria: By William J. McGrath. New York: Cornell University Press. 1986. Pp. 336.  129
Gregorio Kohon
Clinical Significance of Aesthetic Experience  133
Meira Likierman
Virginia Woolf and Psychoanalysis  151
Douglass W. Orr
Beckett and Bion  163
Didier Anzieu
Shakespeare's Sonnet 20 Some Limits to Psychoanalytic Interpretation  171
John Padel
Psychoanalytic Process and Narrative Process: A Critical Consideration of Schafer's 'Narrational Project'  179
Kimberlyn R. Leary
The Temptations of Conventionality  191
Otto F. Kernberg
Can there be Translation without Interpretation? 'In Other Words…'  207
Axel Hoffer
Further Discussions of Reactions of Psychoanalysts to the Nazi Persecution, and Lessons to be Learnt  213
Moises Kijak
Towards a Psychoanalytic Model of Cognitive Processes: Representation, Perception, Memory  223
Antonio Imbasciati
What Could be Better than Nuclear Warfare? an Essay on the Quest for Eirenarchic Survival  237
Neil Maizels
Against the State of Nuclear Terror: By Joel Kovel. London: Free Association Books. 1983. Pp. 240.  245
Riccardo Steiner
From Safety to Superego. Selected Papers of Joseph Sandler: Edited by Joseph Sandler. London: Karnac Books. 1987. Pp. 348.  249
Anne Hayman
Rivista Di Psicoanalisi. Indice Generale 1932–1984: Roma: Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore. 1986. Supplemento al N. 2—Aprile-Giugno 1986. Pp. 189.  253
Rosario P. Merendino
Victor Tausk's Suicide: By K. R. Eissler. New York: International Universities Press. 1983. Pp. 322.  253
B. M. Robertson
Freud and the Rat Man: By Patrick J. Mahony. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1986. Pp. 227.  257
Robert W. Meyers
Narratives of Love and Loss: By Margaret & Michael Rustin. London & New York: Verso. 1987. Pp. 268.  258
Anton Obholzer
Theories of the Unconscious and Theories of the Self: Edited by Raphael Stern. Hillsdale, N.J. and London: The Analytic Press. 1987. Pp. 282 + xiii.  259
Arlene Kramer Richards
Hamlet's Other Selves  265
Dan Jacobson
Creativity and the Survivor: The Struggle for Mastery  273
David Aberbach
James Ensor, and the Attachment to Place  287
David S. Werman
On the Limitations and the Infiniteness of Analysis  297
Jorge L. Ahumada
Countertransference Dreams Reconsidered: A Survey  305
Eva P. Lester, Rose-Marie Jodoin and Brian M. Robertson
The Concept of Trauma and its Present Meaning  315
André Haynal
On the 'Borrowed Unconscious Sense of Guilt' and the Palimpsestic Structure of a Symptom—Afterthoughts on the Hamburg Congress of the IPA  323
F. W. Eickhoff
The Wish for War  331
A. Ladan
Notes for an Epistemology of Psychoanalysis  339
Rafael Cruz Roche
The Concept of Amae and its Psychoanalytic Implications  349
Takeo Doi
The Maternal-Feminine in Indian Psychoanalysis  355
Sudhir Kakar
Melanie Klein and Mothering—A Feminist Perspective  363
Janet Sayers
Languages and Psychoanalysis. The Polyglot Patient and the Polyglot Analyst  377
Federico A. Flegenheimer
Termination of Analysis in the Light of the Evolution of a Link  385
Sara P. De Berenstein and Delia S. De Fondevila
The Role of Psychoanalysis in Psychiatric Education: Past, Present, and Future: Edited by Sidney H. Weissman and Robert J. Thurnblad. Madison, Connecticut: International Universities Press. 1987. Pp. 349.  391
Arnold Cooper
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of Children: By Henry P. Coppolillo. Madison, Connecticut: International Universities Press. 1987. Pp. 414.  393
Catherine Laroche and Claude Villeneuve
New Prospects in the Relationship Between Psychoanalytical Theory and Technique  397
Giordano Fossi
A Study on Twins Before and after Birth  413
Alessandra Piontelli
Technique: The Therapeutic Alliance  427
Helene Deutsch and Paul Roazen
Transitional Relatedness, Containment and the Transference Neurosis  433
David B. Feinsilver
Reparation and Tikkun: A Comparison of the Kleinian and Kabbalistic Concepts  449
Harriet Lutzky
Circumcision, Crucifixion and Anti-Semitism—The Antithetical Character of Ideologies and their Symbols which Contain Crossed Lines  459
Moisés Tractenberg
Towards a Revised Model of Psychoanalytic Technique: The Impact of Freud's Self-Analysis on Model Technique  473
Richard P. Fox
Sigmund and Jakob Freud and the Philippson Bible—(With an Analysis of the Birthday Inscription)  483
Mortimer Ostow
Some Reflections on the Practice of Psychoanalysis in Chile Today—(From the Point of View of the Relationship Between Psychoanalysis and Society)  493
Juan Pablo Jimenez
Psychosomatic Medicine and Contemporary Psychoanalysis: By Graeme J. Taylor. Madison, Connecticut: International Universities Press. 1987. Pp. xii + 391.  505
Christopher D. Meyers
Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Art: Volume Two: Edited by Mary Mathews Gedo. Hillsdale, New Jersey and London: The Analytic Press. 1987. Pp. 342.  507
Charles Hanly
Group Psychotherapies for the Elderly: Edited by B. W. MacLennan, S. Saul & M. B. Weiner. Madison, CT: International Universities Press. 1988. Pp. 290.  508
Brian V. Martindale
Sigmund Freud's Christian Unconscious: By Paul C. Vitz. New York: The Guilford Press. 1988. Pp. 287.  510
Thomas Acklin
Psychoanalysis and Women: Contemporary Reappraisals: Edited by Judith Alpert. Hillsdale, New Jersey and London: The Analytic Press. 1986. Pp. 336.  511
Malkah T. Notman
Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Art: Volume Three: Edited by Mary Mathews Gedo. Hillsdale, New Jersey and London: The Analytic Press, 1988. Pp. 314.  513
Ellen Handler Spitz
The Psychoanalytic Movement During the Years of the War (1939–1945)  517
A. Limentani
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