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List of Articles

Volume 50 (1993)

Issue 1
Greek Tragedy, Confusion, and Melanie Klein: Or, is There an Oresteia Complex?  1
C. Fred Alford
Enjambment and the Erotics of the Gaze in Williams's Poetry  29
Sharon Dolin
Resurrection and Murder: An Analysis of Mourning (in memory of my father)  55
Kathleen M. Kirby
Writing Loss  69
Susan Mccabe
A Hard Nut to Crack: Evolving English Metaphors for Insanity in Social-Historical Context  111
Timothy Anderson
Issue 2
The Cultural Origins and Prospects of Psychoanalysis: “Jewish Science” and/or “Jouissance”  131
Rael Meyerowitz
The “Real” Since Freud: Castoriadis and Lacan on Socialization and Language  161
David Fel
Psychopathology, Metaphysics  197
Alan Bass
The Rhetoric of Improvisation Spontaneous Discourse in Jazz and Psychoanalysis  227
David Lichtenstein
Issue 3 - Love
Issue Editor: Thomas Keenan
Editor's Note  253
Thomas Keenan
Love Sentence  255
Lynne Tillman
“What is called love in all the languages and silences of the world”: Nietzsche, Genealogy, Contingency  277
Alexander García Düttmann
On the Way Toward Love  325
Claire Nouvet
Politics of Friendship  353
Jacques Derrida
Issue 4 - Psychoanalysis and Film
Issue Editor: Ann Kaplan
Introduction to Special Issue of American Imago on “Psychoanalysis and Cinema”  393
E. Ann Kaplan
To Have and Have Not: The Paradox of the Female Star  401
Molly Haskell
Phallic Women in the Contemporary Cinema  421
Krin Gabbard and Len O. Gabbard
Surrealist Cinema: Politics, History, and the Language of Dreams  441
Sandy Flitterman-Lewis
Fits and Misfits: The Body of a Woman  457
Louise J. Kaplan
The Couch Affair: Gender and Race in Hollywood Transference  481
E. Ann Kaplan
The Traffic in Leeches: David Cronenberg's Rabid and the Semiotics of Parasitism  515
Ira Livingston
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