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Volume 36 (1979)

Issue 1 - Shakespeare IV
Editorial Note  1
Shakespeare's Dog Images — Hidden Keys to Julius Caesar  2
Mark Kanzer, M.D.
King Lear: Splitting and its Epistemic Agon  32
Patrick Colm Hogen
Timon of Athens: The Rage of Disillusion  45
Susan Handelman
Shakespeare's Sonnet Number 20: Its Symbolic Gestalt  69
Patrick Mahony, M.D.
The Winter's Tale, Othello and Troilus and Cressida: Narcissism and Sexual Betrayal  80
Joan M. Byles, Ph.D.
Issue 2
D. H. Lawrence and Freud  95
Daniel A. Dervin, Ph.D.
Franz Grillparzer's The Poor Fiddler: The Terror of Rejection  118
Ursula Mahlendorf, Ph.D.
Edgar Allan Poe's The Oval Portrait: Fusion of Multiple Identities  147
Robert N. Mollinger
Proust's Combray: The Structure of Animistic Projection  154
Randolph Splitter, Ph.D.
“Rip Van Winkle”: Wheels within Wheels  178
David J. Kann
Issue 3
Hart Crane's The Wine Menagerie: The Logic of Metaphor  197
Gregory R. Zeck
Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities: The Poetics of Impasse  215
Lawrence Frank
Shelley's Alastor and Whitman's Out of the Cradle: The Ambivalent Mother  245
Barbara Schapiro
Szondi's Theory of the Cain Complex  260
Richard Hughes, Ph.D.
The Last Written Words of Joseph Conrad  275
Bernard C. Meyer, M.D.
Sigmund Freud in High School  287
Hugo Knoepfmacher, J.D.
Issue 4
Symposium on Beethoven: Hero and Anti-Hero  301
Jan Ehrenwald, M.D.
The Nature of the Artistic Gift  305
Aaron H. Esman
Biography of a Composer  313
Siegmund Levarie
Idealization and Aggression in Beethoven's Creativity  328
Leon Wurmser, M.D.
The Psychological Dynamics of D. H. Lawrence's “Snake”  345
George Y. Trail
Ambivalence in John Donne's Forbidding Mourning  357
Avi Erlich
T. S. Eliot's “Gerontion” and the Primal Scene  373
William Freedman, Ph.D.
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