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List of Articles

Volume 3 (1992, 1993)

Issue 1
Editorial  7
The Free Associations Interview
Ruth Rendell talks to Marion Bower  11
Marion Bower
Feature: Psychoanalysis and Art
Between psychoanalysis and surrealism: the collaboration between Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff  33
David Maclagan
Creation in the work of art and its framework  51
J. Chasseguet-Smirgel
Clinical Paper
Sexual abuse: the bodily aftermath  71
Nicola Diamond
Special Feature
Beyond addiction: recovery groups and ‘women who love too much’  85
Janice Haaken
Psychoanalytic Technique
The self analysis of an experienced analyst: development and application of an uncommonly effective technique  111
Harry M. Anderson
Recent Developments in Psychoanalysis by Morris N. Eagle, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1984, 260 pages, hb $19.95  137
R. D. Hinshelwood
Able Lives: Women's Experience of Paralysis, edited by Jenny Morris, The Women's Press, 1989, 236 pp + viii, £5.95  140
J. Ann Duncan
Constructive Drinking: Perspectives on Drink from Anthropology, edited by Mary Douglas, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987, £30  143
Barbara Elliott
Psychoanalysis and Groups: History and Dialectics, by David Rosenfeld, Karnac Books, 190 pp, £14.95 pb  146
Norman Vella
Issue 2
Editorial  165
The Free Associations Interview
Clare Winnicott talks to Michael Neve  167
Michael Neve
Feature: Tears
On poetry and weeping  185
Craig Powell
A brief history of my tears  199
Stephen A. Kurtz
Clinical Paper
‘If it's two o'clock I must be a therapist …’ some observations on boundaries and roles  219
Ian Craib
The super-ego, anxiety and guilt  243
Nina Coltart
The Psychoanalytic Movement
Names, thoughts and lies: the relevance of Bion's later writing for understanding experiences in groups  261
David Armstrong
Critical Comment
Reactions to Nini Herman's article on Ann France: (Free Associations, vol. 2, part 2, no. 22)  283
Adam Limentani, Between Freud and Klein: The Psychoanalytic Quest for Knowledge and Truth, London: Free Association Books, 1989, xiv + 281 pages, hb, £30.00  291
Jennie McDonnell
Charles Taylor, Sources of the Self: The Making of the Modern Identity, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989, 601 pages, pb  297
Roger Kennedy
Hanna Segal, Dream, Phantasy and Art, London: Tavistock/Routledge, 1991, 120 pages, pb  306
Meg Harris Williams
Issue 3
Editorial  321
The Free Associations Interview
Harold Searles talks to Martin Stanton  323
Martin Stanton
Feature: The Elderly
The elder and the other  341
Carol Martin
A psychoanalytical observational study of the elderly  355
Savi McKenzie-Smith
The competition: psychoanalysis, its feminist interpreters and the idea of sexual freedom 1910-1930  391
Ellen Herman
Review Article
Awake, going to sleep, asleep, dreaming, awaking, awake: comments on W. Clifford M. Scott  439
J. Henri Rey
International Report
The psychologist: a new element in changing Kenya  455
Samuel Ochieng
Jerome Bruner, Acts of Meaning, London: Harvard University Press, 1990, xvii + 179 pages, hb, £15.95  460
Stephen Frosh
Ellen Handler Spitz, Image & Insight, New York: Columbia University Press, 1991, 273 pages, hb, $40.50  463
Prophecy Coles
Kenneth Sanders, Nine Lives: The Emotional Experience in General Practice, Strath Tay, Perthshire: Clunie Press, 1991, 156 pages, pb, £8.00  466
Andrew Elder
Issue 4
Editorial  481
Feature: German Psychoanalysis
Interview: Helmut Dahmer talks to Martin Stanton  483
Martin Stanton
Psychoanalytic social research  490
Helmut Dahmer
Report: What caused the disappearance of Psyche?  500
Evelyn Heintges
Explorations in Theory
The self-destructive subject: critical theory and the analysis of the unconscious and society  503
Anthony Elliott
The mirror and the hammer: depth psychology and political transformation  545
Andrew Samuels
Commentaries on ‘The mirror and the hammer’  594
Karl Figlio
Commentaries on ‘The mirror and the hammer’  604
Sonu Shamdasani
Commentaries on ‘The mirror and the hammer’  608
David Mayers
Commentaries on ‘The mirror and the hammer’  612
Renos Papadopoulos, Ph.D.
Reply  617
Andrew Samuels
Further Reflections on Jung
The Jung—Klein hybrid  631
Michael Fordham
Freud and Jung  642
Margaret Arden
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