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Volume 9 (2007)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
John Forrester
Cultural History and Psychoanalysis: An Appraisal
Freud and Cultural History  5
Peter Burke
Cultural History and Psychoanalysis  17
Peter Loewenberg
Articles
‘The Most Obscure Problem of All’: Autonomy and its Vicissitudes in The Interpretation of Dreams  39
Matt ffytche
The Naked Mother or, Why Freud did not Write about Railway Accidents  71
José Brunner
Saving Psychoanalysts: Ernest Jones and the Isakowers  83
Douglas Kirsner, Ph.D.
In Memoriam
Psychoanalysis Eats its Own: Or, the Heretical Saint Roazen  93
Dr Todd Dufresne
Book Reviews
Edith Jacobson. Sie selbst und die Welt ihrer Objekte. Leben, Werk, Erinnerungen edited by Ulrike May and Elke Mühlleitner (Giessen: Psychosozial-Verlag, 2005; 447 pp; €38); reviewed by Marco Conci  111
Dr. med. Marco Conci, M.D., PSYCHIATRIST
A Compulsion for Antiquity: Freud and the Ancient World by Richard H. Armstrong (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2005); reviewed by Edward Chaney  123
Edward Chaney
Issue 2
Editorial  135
John Forrester
Special Issue: Unknown Freud
Being Analysed by Freud in 1921: The Diary of A patient  137
Anna Koellreuter, Ph.D.
Freud's Patient Calendars: 17 Analysts in Analysis with Freud (1910–1920)  153
Dr Ulrike May
Is There Still an Unknown Freud? A Note on the Publications of Freud's Texts and on Unpublished Documents  201
Ernst Falzeder, Ph.D.
Reviews: Freud's Free Clinics
Freud's Free Clinics: Psychoanalysis and Social Justice, 1918-1938 by Elizabeth Danto (New York: Columbia University Press, 2005; 352 pp; $29.50); reviewed by Nicolas Gougoulis  233
Nicolas Gougoulis, M.D.
Classical Psychoanalysis, Politics and Social Engagement in the Era Between the Wars: Reflections on the Free Clinics: Freud's Free Clinics: Psychoanalysis and Social Justice, 1918-1938 by Elizabeth Ann Danto (New York: Columbia University Press, 2005; 352 pp; $29.50); reviewed by David James Fisher.  237
David James Fisher, Ph.D.
Books
The Archaeology of Freud's Reading: Freud's Library: A Comprehensive Catalogue/Freuds Bibliothek: Vollständiger Katalog compiled and edited by J. Keith Davies and Gerhard Fichtner (Introductory volume and CD-ROM: The Freud Museum London and Tübingen: edition diskord, 2006); reviewed by Richard H. Armstrong  251
Richard H. Armstrong
The Bi-sexuality of Daniel Defoe: A Psychoanalytic Survey of the Man and His Works by Leo Abse (London: Karnac, 2007; 308 pp; £19.99); reviewed by Malcolm Pines  261
Malcolm Pines
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