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List of Articles

Volume 43 (1986)

Issue 1
Psychoanalysis and Art: Their Body Language  1
Harry Slochower, Ph.D.
The Freud/Jung Conflict: Yahweh and the Great Goddess  7
Tristan O. Cornes, Ph.D.
T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land: Death Fear, Apathy, and Dehumanization  23
Giles Mitchell
Humpty Dumpty: A Screen Memory and Some Speculations on the Nursery Rhyme  35
Renato J. Almansi, M.D.
The Winter's Tale: A Question of Motive  51
Maydee G. Lande
Measure for Measure: Isabella's Beating Fantasies  67
Carolyn E. Brown
The Tempest  81
Michael L. Shakman
Issue 2
David Bradley's The Chaneysville Incident: The Belly of the Text  97
Martin J. Gliserman
Keats' “Ode on a Grecian Urn”: The Use of The World  121
Brooke Hopkins, Ph.D.
The “Invisible Presence” in the Creative Process of Virginia Woolf  133
Ellen Rosenman
Sophocles' Antigone and Freud's Civilization and its Discontents  151
Debra B. Bergoffen
Issue 3
Erratum  ii
The Specimen Dream as a Childhood Trauma  171
Timothy Anderson
Revenge and Forgiveness  191
Donald B. Moss, M.D.
Beltraffio: Henry James' Secrecy  211
Melissa Knox
Predatory Germanic Implants and Jewish Identity in Psychoanalysis  229
Stanley Rosenman, Ph.D.
Caravaggio's Imagery of Death and Allusion  261
Charles N. Lewis, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Mysticism as Defense in Javanese Shadow-Play Theater: The Story of Dewa Ruci  273
Jeanette DeBouzek
Fig Leaf, Pudica, Nudity, and other Revealing Concealments  289
Seymour Howard
Robert Frost's “The Subverted Flower”  295
Margaret Storch
Archetypes of Apocalypse in Dreams and Fantasies, and in Religious Scripture  307
Mortimer Ostow, M.D.
Shakespeare's Dream-Stuff: A Forerunner of Freud's “Dream-Material”  335
Frankie Rubinstein
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