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Chanover, E.P. (1969/1970). Marcel Proust: A Medical and Psychoanalytical Bibliography. Psychoanal. Rev., 56D(4):638-641.

(1969/1970). Psychoanalytic Review, 56D(4):638-641

Marcel Proust: A Medical and Psychoanalytical Bibliography

E. Pierre Chanover

Over the years, bibliographies have been published of authors who have received a great deal of critical attention, and Marcel Proust ranks among these authors. An author can be studied and appreciated for the many facets of his works, but one must not forget that a masterpiece is generally a projection of the creator. To date, much has been written on Marcel Proust, but no complete bibliography has been published. Some bibliographies concentrate heavily on Proust's literary esthetics, while others are biographically oriented. A bibliography is never complete, but the sources included in this compilation will, we hope, orient scholars toward existing medical and psychoanalytical studies on Marcel Proust.

1 (Anonymous). Marcel Proust as Data for Psychology. Internationale Zeitschrift für Individualpsychologie, Vol. 1, 1929. pp. 57-59.

2 Aulagne, L. J. Les fées d'A la Recherche du Temps Perdu; introduction aux mythes proustiens. Psyché, Vol. 7, 1949. pp. 357-376, 410-434. [Related→]

3 Aulagne, L. J. Essai sur le nocturne proustien—L'insomnie, le sommeil et les rêves dans A la Recherche du Temps Perdu. Psyché, Vol. 7, 1949. pp. 876-902.

4 Baranger, W. Depresión, introyección y creación literaria en Marcel Proust. Revista de Psichoanalisis, Vol. 9, 1952. pp. 143-171. [→]

5 Bataille, G. La Litérature et le Mal. Paris: Gallimard, 1957. (Proust, pp. 151-169).

6 Bell, W. S. Proust's Nocturnal Muse. New York: Columbia University Press, 1967.

7 Bergler, E. Proust and the “Torture-Theory” of Love. The American Imago, Vol. 10, 1953. pp. 265-288. [→]

8 Bianco, J. El sentido del mal en la obra de Proust. Torre, Vol. 25, 1959. pp. 75-86. [Related→]

9 Bibesco, Prince A. The Heartlessness of Marcel Proust. Cornhill Magazine, No. 983, Summer, 1950. pp. 421-428.

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