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List of Articles


Volume 3 (2001)

Issue 1
Editorial
Freud: Dreaming, Creativity and Therapy  1
Laura Marcus, Edward Timms and Andrea Sabbadini
Articles
Freud's Imagined Audience: Dream Text and Cultural Context  3
Professor Edward Timms
Freud and Jewish Dreaming  18
Stephen Frosh
Schopenhauer, Heine, Freud: Dreams and Dream-Theories in Nineteenth-Century Germany  28
Ritchie Robertson
Essay, Play and Form: On Finding a Place for Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams  39
Daniel Steuer
Dreaming and Cinematographic Consciousness  51
Laura Marcus
Freud, Stekel and the Interpretation of Dreams: The Affinities with Existential Analysis  69
Francis Clark-Lowes
The Interpretation of Dreams and the Neurosciences  79
Mark Solms
Research Project  92
Philip Kuhn
Books
Unreal City: Freud on the Acropolis: Freud on the Acropolis: Reflections on a Paradoxical Response to the Real by Susan Sugarman (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998)Sigmund Freud et Romain Rolland: Correspondance 1923-1936 by Henri and Madeleine Vermorel (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1993)The Enigma of the ‘Oceanic Feeling’: Revisioning the Psychoanalytic Theory of Mysticism by William B. Parsons (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999)Present Past: Modernity and the Memory Crisis by Richard Terdiman (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993)  93
Richard H. Armstrong
Witches: A Psychoanalytical Exploration of the Killing of Women by Evelyn Heinemann, translated by Donald Kiraly (London and New York: Free Association Books, 2000, pp. viii + 163): Ashes of Immortality: Widow-Burning in India by Catherine WeinbergerThomas, translated by Jeffrey Mehlman and David Gordon White (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1999, pp. xii + 322)  109
Naomi Segal
Jung and the Postmodern: The Interpretation of Realities by Christopher Hauke (London and Philadelphia: Routledge, 2000, pp. xvi + 304)  117
Jan Wiener
The Jungians: A Comparative and Historical Perspective by Thomas Kirsch (London: Routledge, 2000, pp. 304)  121
Joan Reggiori
Issue 2
Editorial  127
Andrea Sabbadini
Articles
Between Memory and Desire: From History to Psychoanalysis and Back  129
Eran J. Rolnik, M.D.
Notes on a Controversy: The Question of Lay Analysis  153
Jaap Bos
From ‘Tact’ in Ferenczi to ‘Resonance’ in Nicolas Abraham  171
Claude Nachin
Erik Erikson on Identity, Generativity, and Pseudospeciation: A Biographer's Perspective  179
Lawrence J. Friedman
Jenö Varga, the Hungarian Soviet Republic and the Development of Psychoanalysis in the Soviet Union  193
Christfried Tögel
Kafka's Ambivalence Towards Psychoanalysis  205
Leena Eilittä
Books
Death of A ‘Jewish Science’? Psychoanalysis In Nazi Germany: Death of a ‘Jewish Science’: Psychoanalysis in Nazi Germany by J. Goggin and E. Goggin (Purdue University Press, Lafayette, 2001); reviewed by Geoffrey Cocks  211
Geoffrey Cocks
Family Romances: Oedipus In Britain: Edward Glover and the Struggle over Klein by Paul Roazen (Other Press, New York, 2000); reviewed by Philip Kuhn  227
Philip Kuhn
Triad: The Physicists, the Psychoanalysts and the Kabbalists by Tom Keve (Rosenberger & Krausz, 76 Belsize Park Gardens, London NW3 4NG, 2000, 362 pp); reviewed by Joseph Schwartz  237
Joseph Schwartz, Ph.D.
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