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Greenberg, B. Rothenberg, A. (1974). William Shakespeare (1564-1616) Medico-Psychological and Psychoanalytic Studies on his Life and Works: A Bibliography. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 1:245-254.

(1974). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 1:245-254

William Shakespeare (1564-1616) Medico-Psychological and Psychoanalytic Studies on his Life and Works: A Bibliography

Bette Greenberg and Albert Rothenberg

PART I: GENERAL STUDIES

1. Anon. [Drink and sobriety in Shakespeare's dramas.] Alkoholfrage 32, 153–154, 1936. (Ger)

2. Anon. [Psychoanalysis in Shakespeare.] Revue Générale de Clinique et de Thérapeutique 49(Suppl), 773, 1935. (Fre.)

3. Anon. Shakespeare's family as patients. Bristol Medico-Chirurgical Journal 9, 238–240, 1891.

4. Adnès, André. Shakespeare et la folie; étude médico-psychologique. [Shakespeare and insanity; a medico-psychological study.] Paris: Maloine, 1936. 315 p.

5. Adnès, André. Shakespeare et la pathologie mental. Shakespeare and psychopathology.] Paris, 1935. 249p. (Dissertation.)

6. Armstrong, E. A. Shakespeare's Imagination. London: Drummond, 1946. 191p; Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1963. 230p.

7. Baker, S. J. Shakespeare and sex. International Journal of Sexology 4, 35–39, 1950.

8. Bieber, G. A. Der Melancholikertypus Shakespeares und sein Ursprung. [Melancholia, Shakespeare and its source.] Heidelberg: Winter, 1913. 92p.

9. Brown, Ivor. The bard and the body. Medical World91, 60–64, 1959.

10. Bucknill, J. C. The Psychology of Shakespeare. London: Longmann, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, 1858. 264p.

11. Bucknill, J. C. The Mad Folk of Shakespeare. London: Macmillan, 1867. 333p; New York: Franklin, 1969. 333p.

12. Cohn, E. J. Shakespeare, the psychiatrist: an alienist shows that Shakespeare knew intuitively much that science today considers new.

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