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Gelman, R.L. (1963). Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalytic Review. XLIX, 1962: On The Bullfight. Kothari Ujamlalc. Pp. 123-127.. Psychoanal Q., 32:135-135.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalytic Review. XLIX, 1962: On The Bullfight. Kothari Ujamlalc. Pp. 123-127.

(1963). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 32:135-135

Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalytic Review. XLIX, 1962: On The Bullfight. Kothari Ujamlalc. Pp. 123-127.

Renee L. Gelman

The author views the bullfight as a projection or personification of the inner conflict between the id, and the ego and superego, rather than as the more usual interpretation—the killing of the father by a son. He rejects the consideration of the bullfight as an Oedipal drama. The overdetermination of the symbolism of the bullfight is not considered. The author advances a few literary arguments to prove his thesis.

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Gelman, R.L. (1963). Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalytic Review. XLIX, 1962. Psychoanal. Q., 32:135-135

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