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Volume 68 (2011)

Issue 1 - From Freud to Literature
Preface  1
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Freud as a Father: The Testimony of his Letters to his Five Older Children  5
Michael Schröter
Beyond Bedrock  31
Warren S. Poland
Reading the Mind, Reading the Text: Reflective Functioning, Trauma Literature, and the Task of the Psychoanalytic Critic  37
Esther Rashkin
“To This Favor She Must Come”: Tinguely's Cow and Hamlet's Mother  49
Burton Melnick
F. Scott Fitzgerald and American Psychiatry: A New Letter  59
James L. W. West, III
Nabokov's Memory War against Freud  67
Teckyoung Kwon
Psychoanalysis as a “Journey”: A Clinical Method for the Transmission of Psychoanalysis at Universities  93
Franco Borgogno
Clinician's Corner
Rather My Own Shortcomings  121
Warren S. Poland
Letter from London
The Bookshelf  127
Brett Kahr
Book Reviews
Unterdeß halten wir zusammen: Briefe an die Kinder [In the meantime let's stick together: Letters to his children]. Sigmund Freud. Ed. Michael Schröter unter Mitwirkung von Ingeborg Meyer-Palmedo und Ernst Falzeder. Berlin: Aufbau Verlag, 2010. 683 pp. 34 Euro.  135
G. W. Pigman, III
A Story of Her Own: The Female Oedipus Complex Reexamined and Renamed. Nancy Kulish and Deanna Holtzman. New York: Jason Aronson, 2008. 218 pp. $80.00 (hc), $34.90 (pb).  139
Vera J. Camden
Issue 2 - Independent Voices in Psychoanalysis
Preface: In Memory of Arnold M. Cooper, M.D.: An Independent Voice in American psychoanalysis  149
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Sándor Ferenczi, the “Introjective Psychoanalyst”  155
Franco Borgogno
Winnicott's “Anni Horribiles”: The Biographical Roots of “Hate in the Counter-Transference”  173
Brett Kahr
Bion and Mysticism: The Western Tradition  213
Robert S. White
Nina Coltart: A Truly Independent Analyst  241
A. H. Brafman
In Nina Coltart's Garden: Gathering and Intertwining Some Thoughts of an Independent Psychoanalyst  249
Sara Boffito
Specificity Theory: The Evolution of a Process Theory of Psychoanalytic Treatment  267
Howard A. Bacal
Imprisoned Minds  287
Patrick J. Casement
Solitude in Buddhism and in Psychoanalysis: The Case of the Great Tibetan Yogi Milarepa  297
Robert A. Paul
Data Learns to Dance: Star Trek and the Quest to Be Human  321
Esther Rashkin
Apropos the Arts
Leo Steinberg in Memoria Mea—Fragments  347
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
Regarding the other  355
Warren S. Poland
Letter from London
Baseball Caps, overcoats, Orange Suits, and Neckties: On Patients and Their Clothing  361
Brett Kahr
Book Reviews
Learning from Life: Becoming a Psychoanalyst Patrick Casement. London: Routledge, 2006. 224 pp. $95.00 (hc), $37.50 (pb).  371
Heather Pyle
Tormenti di Anime. Passioni, Sintomi, Sogni [Souls in Torment: Passions, Symptoms, Dreams]. Milan: Cortina, 2010. 216 pp. € 21,00 (pb).  375
Anna Scansani
The Intimate Room: Theory and Technique of the Analytic Field. 2008. Trans. Philip Slotkin. London: Routledge, 2010. xviii + 222 pp. $82.46 (hc), $36.95 (pb).  380
Sara Boffito
Issue 3
Preface  389
Louis Rose
Marketing Thanatos: Damien Hirst's Heart of Darkness  391
Debora Silverman
Danger and Deformation: A Social Theory of Trauma, Part I: Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Contemporary Social Theory, and Healthy Selves  425
Jeffrey Prager
The Path of Phocion: Disgrace and Disavowal at the Philip Johnson Glass House  449
Adele Tutter, M.D., Ph.D.
Air War and Dream: Photographing the London Blitz  489
Sharon Sliwinski
Sarah Stein: The Woman Who Brought Matisse to San Francisco: A Memoir: Learning about Art and the Art of Psychoanalysis  517
Stanley Steinberg
Review Essay
Caring for Aging Holocaust Survivors and Subsequent Generations  543
Michael A. Grodin, M.D.
Book Reviews
Adrian Stokes' Psychoanalytic Aesthetics and the First World War: Adrian Stokes: An Architectonic Eye. Stephen Kite. London: Legenda, 2009. xiii + 200 pp.  561
Janet Sayers
Terror, Transformation, and Conceptualization in the Americas, South and North: Uprooted Minds: Surviving the Politics of Terror in the Americas. Nancy Cairo Hollander. New York: Routledge, 2010. xxiii + 403 pp.  568
Stephen Soldz
Contributors  579
Issue 4
Introduction: Carl E. Schorske as Historian, Writer, and Political and Psychoanalytic Thinker  583
Louis Rose
Energizing the Elemental: Notes on a Conversation with Carl E. Schorske  595
Michael S. Roth
Freud and Regicide  605
Elisabeth Roudinesco
The Father, the Son, and the Human Soul: Reflections on Walther Rathenau's Life and Work  625
Shulamit Volkov
The Musical Fin-de-siècle and the Uses of Disenchantment  651
Michael P. Steinberg
Fin-de-siècle Vienna and the Challenge of Family Biography  665
Paul Reitter
Why the Freudian Century: Reflections on the Statue of Athena  679
Eli Zaretsky
Matteo Ricci, Psychoanalysis, and Face in Chinese Culture and Diplomacy  689
Peter Loewenberg
“Modernité Sans Frontières:” Culture, Politics, and the Boundaries of the Avant-Garde in King Leopold's Belgium, 1885-1910  707
Debora Silverman
Contributors  799
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