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List of Articles

Volume 23 (1966)

Issue 1
Tiny Alice: Edward Albee's Negative Oedipal Enigma  3
John W. Markson, M.D.
The Psychology of a Nursery Rhyme  22
Thomas Mintz, M.D.
Aristophanes: The Clouds and the Wasps: Foreshadowing of Psychoanalysis and Psychodrama  48
N. N. Dracoulides, M.D.
Keats' “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”: The Bad-Breast Mother  63
A. Hyatt Williams, M.D.
LSD Utopias: Richard Blum & Associates: Utopiates. New York: Atherton Press, 1964, 303 pp.  82
Charles Winick, Ph.D.
Replacing Oedipus by Cain: Alexander Mitscherlich: Auf dem Weg zur vaterlosen Gesellschaft. Ideen zur Sozialpsychologie (On the Road to a Fatherless Society. Ideas on Social Psychology). München: R. Piper & Co. Verlag, 1963, 499 pp.  84
Harry Slochower
Anna Freud on Childhood: Anna Freud: Normality and Pathology in Childhood. New York: International Universities Press, 1965. XI + 273 pp.  86
B. B. Wolman, Ph.D.
The Machine is Making Man Obsolete: Günther Anders: Die Antiquiertheit des Menschen (The Obsolescence of Man). München: Verlag C. H. Beck, 1961, 353 pp.  87
Sidney Tarachow 1908–1965  89
Gustav Bychowski, M.D.
Issue 2
The Role of the Political Usurper: Macbeth and Boris Godounov  95
P. L. Robertson, Ph.D.
The Family Romance of Moses  110
Dorothy F. Zeligs, ED.D.
Anti-Semitism: The Magic-Reality Conflict  132
Santiago Dubcovsky, M.D., Fanny Elman de Schutt, M.D. and Eduardo Teper, M.D.
The Political Behavior of Milovan Djilas  142
David R. Segal
Richard Crashaw: (1613?–1650?): The Ego's Soft Fall  158
Richard Geha, Jr.
Oral Aggression in Spider Legends  169
Ralph B. Little, M.D.
Reviews of Books
Lawrence's Sons and Lovers: Daniel A. Weiss: Oedipus in Nottingham: D. H. Lawrence, with a Foreword by Richard Ellman. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1962. vii + 128 pp.  180
Edwin Berry Burgum, Ph.D.
Manicheanism and the Denigration of Woman: Karl Stern: The Flight From Woman. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux 1965, 310 pp.  184
Harry Slochower
Issue 3
Tausk's Influencing Machine and Kafka's In the Penal Colony  191
Gordon G. Globus, M.D. and Richard C. Pillard, M.D.
A Note on Freud's Dandelion Memory  208
John A. Abbott, M.D.
Giorgio de Chirico: Ego States and Artistic Production  210
Henry Krystal, M.D.
What Maisie Knew: The Rankian Hero  227
H. R. Wolf
Writing Out and Through  235
John W. Markson, M.D.
Beyond Philip Rieff: The Triumph of Sigmund Freud  244
Hans J. Kleinschmidt, M.D.
The Impact of Ego Psychology on the Study of the Myth  257
Martin S. Bergmann
Pioneers and Masters: Psychoanalytic Pioneers, edited by Franz Alexander, Samuel Eisenstein and Martin Grotjahn. New York: Basic Books, 1966, xvii + 616 pp.  265
Sigmund Gabe, M.D.
The Body's Love and the Unification of Mankind: Norman O. Brown: Love's Body. New York: Random House 1966, 276 pp.  273
Psychotic Pictorial Expression: Th. Spoerri: Adolf Wölfli's Picture World. (7 pp., 12 color plates).W. v. Baeyer and H. Hufner: Prinzhorn's Basic Work on the Psychopathology of the “Gestaltung.” (6 pp., 16 color plates).G. C. Argen and C. Traversa: Children's Drawings and their Bearing on the Doctor-Patient Relationship. (7 pp., 12 color plates).  275
Gustav Bychowski, M.D.
The Myth of Saint Nicholas: Adrian d. de Groot: Saint Nicholas. A psychoanalytic study of his history and myth. The Hague, Paris: Mouton & Co., 1965, 211 pp., 17 illustrations.  277
Gustav Bychowski, M.D.
Freud's Correspondence: Letters of Sigmund Freud. Selected and edited by Ernst L. Freud. With 8 pages of photographs. Translated by Tania and James Stern. New York, Toronto, London: McGraw-Hill Book Co. 1964, VIII + 470 pp. (Paperback).Psychoanal. Dial. The Letters of Sigmund Freud and Karl Abraham 1907-1926. Edited by Hilda C. Abraham and Ernst L. Freud. Translated by Bernard Marsh and Hilda C. Abraham. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, Edited by John D. Sutherland, Ph. D., F. R. C. P. E., No. 68. New York: Basic Books, Inc. 1965, XVII + 406 pp.  278
Traumatic Situations or Wish Fullfilment? Angel Garma: The Psychoanalysis of Dreams. With an Introduction by Bertram D. Lewin. Chicago: Quadrangle Books 1966, 242 pp.  280
Books in Brief
Frederic Wertham: A Sign for Cain. An Exploration of Human Violence. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1966, 391 pp.  281
The Abnormal Personality Through Literature. Edited by Alan A. Stone, M. D. and Sue Smart Stone. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1966, XVII + 423 pp. (Paperback).  281
Mental Health Book Review Index, Vol. 11, 1966, xxi + 81 pp. Published by the Council on Research in Bibliography, Inc. New York University, New York.  281
Hans G. Furth: Thinking Without Language. Psychological Implications of Deafness. New York: The Free Press, 1966, xvi + 236 pp.  282
The Creative Imagination. Edited with an Introduction by Hendrik M. Ruiten-Beek. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1965, 350 pp.The Literary Imagination. Edited with an introduction by Hendrik M. Ruiten-Beek. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1965, 443 pp.  282
Heirs to Freud: Essays in Freudian Psychology. Edited and with an introduction by Dr. Hendrik M. Ruitenbeek. New York: Grove Press Inc., 1966, xii + 269 pp.  282
G. Stephen Sprinks: Psychology and Religion. An Introduction to Contemporary Views. Boston: Beacon Press 1965, XV + 221 pp.  283
Holland, Norman N.: Psychoanalysis and Shakespeare: New York, Toronto, London: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1964, 1966, XI + 412 pp.  283
Kirsch, James: Shakespeare's Royal Self. Foreword by Gerhard Adler. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons 1966, XIX + 422 pp.  283
Issue 4
The Enigma of Michelangelo's Pietà Rondanini: A Study of Mother-loss in Childhood  287
Gerda Frank
The Metaphor of the Journey in “The Interpretation of Dreams”  316
Leonard Shengold, M.D.
Freud, Signorelli, and Lacan: The Repression of the Signifier  332
Anthony G. Wilden
Reviews of Books
Hawthorne: Creativity Against Superego: Frederick C. Crews: The Sins of the Fathers: Hawthorne's Psychological Themes. New York: Oxford University Press, 1966, 279 pp.  367
Edwin Berry Burgum, Ph.D.
Waelder on Art: Robert Waelder: Psychoanalytic Avenues to Art. New York: International Universities Press, 1965, 122 pp.  374
Julian L. Stamm, M.D.
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