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Volume 35 (1990)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Tearing to Pieces: Pentheus, the Bacchae and analytical psychology  3
Judith Hubback, M.A.
Self-Knowledge Refused and Accepted: A psychoanalytic perspective on the ‘Bacchae’ and the ‘Oedipus at Colonus’  19
Michael Parsons, M.A., M.R.C.P., M.R.C.
The Burning Cauldron: Transference As Paradox  41
C. Savitz, M.A., M.S.W., C.S.W.
Dionysos in Thomas Mann's Novella, ‘Death in Venice’  59
Gary Astrachan, Ph.D.
Correspondence  79
Coline Covington
Samuels, A. The Plural Psyche. Personality, Morality and the Father: London, Routledge, 1989. Pp. xiv+253. Paperback.  81
Alexander McCurdy
Segaller, S., Berger, M. Jung, The Wisdom of the Dream (three programmes televised in England on Channel 4, May 1989). London. Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 1989.  83
Judith Hubback
Storr, Anthony. Freud. Oxford University Press, 1989. pp. 135.  84
Corinna Peterson
Haynal, Andre. The Technique at Issue. Controversies in Psychoanalysis from Freud and Ferenczi to Michael Balint. London, Karnac Books, 1988, pp. xix+ 202. £13.95.  86
Lorenzo Bacelle
BrÄhler, E. (Ed.) Body Experience. The Subjective Dimension of Psyche and Soma. Berlin, Springer Verlag, 1986. English edition 1988. Pp. xiii+246. £32.  87
Patrick Pietroni
Issue 2
Editorial  97
Rosemary Gordon
The Dynamics of the Transference in Narcissistic Restorations  99
Genevieve Guy-Gillet
The Changing Person and the Unchanging Archetype  111
Judith Hubback, M.A.
The Dark Self: Death as A Transferential Factor  125
Peter Mudd
The Abandonment Depression: Developmental and Alchemical Perspectives  143
Nathan Schwartz-Salant, Ph.D.
Sibling Rivalry and the Problem of Envy  161
Murray Stein, Ph.D.
Metaphors of the Therapeutic Encounter  175
Ellen Y. Siegelman, Ph.D.
Jung and Knowledge: From Gnosis to Praxis  193
J. Dehing, M.D.
Comment on ‘Individuation and Shamanism’  213
R. Noll, M.A.
Correspondence  219
Polly Young-Eisendrath
Obituary Notice  223
James Kirsch
Schwartz-Salant, N. & Stein, M. (Eds.). The Borderline Personality in Analysis. The Chiron Clinical Series. Wilmette, Chiron Publications, 1988. Pp. 276. Paperback, £12.95.  227
Kathleen Newton and Barbara Wharton
Fabricus, Johannes. Shakespeare's Hidden World: A Study of his Unconscious. Copenhagen, Munksgaard, 1989. Pp. 274. n.p.  227
Corinna Peterson
Wolstein, B. (Ed.) Essential Papers on Countertransference. New York, University Press. Pp. 359. Paperback £21.  229
Rushi Ledermann
McDougall, Joyce and Lebovici, Serge. Dialogue with Sammy: A Psychoanalytical Contribution to the Understanding of Child Psychosis.: London, Free Association Books, 1989. Pp. x + 278. £12.95.  231
Judy Stevenson
Issue 3
The Double Death: The loss of the analyst in the analytic hour  241
C. Savitz
Erratum  260
The Emergence of Fordham's Model of Development: A new integration in analytical psychology  261
James Astor, B.Sc.
The Hidden Face of Shame: The Shadow, Shame and Separation  279
B. Wharton, M.A.
The Presence of the Third: Intrusive Factors in Analysis  301
A Plaut, B.Ch. M.B., D.P.M., F.R.C. Psych.
The Resurrection of the Dead: A Jungian approach to the mourning process  317
G. Mogenson
A Suggested Analogy for the Elusive Self  335
T. Y. Booth, Ph.D.
Comment On ‘A Suggested Analogy for the Elusive Self’  339
J. W. T. Redfearn, M.A.
Response To J. W. T. Redfearn's Comment  341
T. Y. Booth, Ph.D.
Correspondence: From Giles Clark  343
Report on the Eleventh International Congress of The I. A. A.P. (Paris)  345
Sheila Powell
Astor, J. (London). ‘Michael Fordham e l'analisi dell'infanzia’ (Michael Fordham and the analysis of children), Psicologia Analitica Contemporanea, pp. 253-268, Milano, Studi Bompiani, 1989.  347
Lorenzo Bacelle and Christopher Perry
Astor, J. (London). ‘A conversation with Dr Donald Meltzer’. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 15, 1, 1989.  348
Richard Rusbridger
Bosanquet, C. (London). ‘The confusion of tongues and the Rugby Conference’. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 5, 2, 1988.  348
Hazel Davis
Davies, M. (London). ‘Defensive patterns in a pre-pubertal boy’. Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapy 20, 1989.  349
Ian Williamson
Hornby, S., Herst, E. (London) The Application of Psychodynamic Understanding to Organisations in the Helping Services. (Papers from the Public Conference organised in November 1988 by the Jungian Training Committee of the British Association of Psychotherapists). 1989.  350
Agnes Wilkinson
Jacoby, M. (Zürich). ‘Wechselwirkung zwischen Neuroseverständnis und psycho-therapeutischen Vorgehen in der Analytischen Psychologie’ (Correlation between concepts of neurosis and the psychotherapeutic approach). Analytische Psychologie, 19. 1988.  350
Johanna Brieger
Jacoby, M. (Zürich). ‘Beziehung und Deutung aus der Sicht der analytischen Psychologie, oder, zur psychotherapcutischen Forderung der Entfaltlungstendenz des Selbst’ (Interaction and interpretation from the viewpoint of analytical psychology: or psychotherapeutic enabling of the potential unfolding of the self), in Beziehung und Deutung im psychotherapeutischen Prozess. Springer Verlag. 1988.  351
Johanna Brieger
Macdiarmid, D. (London). ‘Self-cathexis and other-cathexis: vicissitudes in the history of an observation’. British Journal of Psychiatry, 154. 1989.  351
Richard Carvalho
Moore, N. (London). ‘The shape of change’ British Journal of Psychotherapy, 4, 4, 1988.  352
Jan Wiener
Peters, R. (London). Nuclear Initiation and the Sacrifice of Innocence. The Guild of Pastoral Psychology. Guild Lecture No 229.  353
Gillian A. Ballance
Roy, M. (Boston). ‘Sexual abuse of children: incest archetype in theory and practice’ in The Family: Personal, Cultural and Archetypal Dimensions. Proceedings of the National Conference of Jungian Analysts. San Francisco, 1988. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, 1989.  353
Catherine Crowther
Salzmann, M. (Paris). ‘La conjonction des opposés dans le travail sur l'ombre’ (The marriage of opposites in work on the shadow). Cahiers jungiens de psychoanalyse, 59, 1989.  354
Arthur Sherman
Steinberg, W. (New York). ‘The therapeutic utilization of countertransference’. Quadrant, 22, 1, 1989.  355
Elizabeth Urban
Zinkin, L. (London). ‘The grail quest and the analytic setting.’ Free Associations, 17, 1989.  356
Rob Wood
Zinkin, L. (London). ‘The group as container and contained’. Group Analysis, 22, 3. 1989.  357
Nicholas Zinovieff
Zinkin, L. (London). ‘A gnostic view of the therapy group’. Group Analysis, 22, 2. 1989.  358
Georgia Lepper
Schwartz-Salant, Nathan. The Borderline Personality: Vision and Healing. Wilmette, Illinois, Chiron Publications, 1989. Pp. x + 242. Paperback.  359
Coline Covington
Spiegelman, J. M. (Ed.) Jungian Analysts: Their Visions and Vulnerabilities. Phoenix, Arizona, Falcon Press, 1988. pp. 181. Paperback.  361
Agnes Wilkinson
Sandler, Joseph (Ed.): Dimensions of Psychoanalysis. London, Karnac Book, 1989, pp. xv+ 263. Paperback, £15.  362
Sedwell Diggle
Robertson, James and Joyce. Separation and the Very Young. London, Free Association Books, 1989. Pp. xiv + 242. £12.95.  363
Ian Williamson
Hinshelwood, R. D. A Dictionary of Kleinian Thought. London, Free Association Books, 1989. Pp. 482. £35.  364
Marie-José Dicks-Mireaux
Mattoon, M. A. (Ed.) The Archetype of Shadow in a Split World: Proceedings of The Tenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Berlin, 1986. ZÜrich, Daimon Verlag, 1987. Pp. 442. Paperback, £14, SF. 35.  366
Jean Thomson
Issue 4
Editorial  375
Rosemary Gordon
Jung And Knowledge: From Gnosis to Praxis  377
Jef Dehing, M.D.
Gnosticism and Psychology: Jung's Septem Sermones ad Mortuos  397
E. M. Brenner, Ph.D.
A Dialogue Between Psychology and Theology: The correspondence of C. G. Jung and Victor White  421
F. X. Charet, Ph.D.
Self and Freedom in Jung's Lecture on Ritschl  443
Marilyn Nagy, Ph.D.
The Barker: A Synchronistic Event in Analysis  459
Robert E. Hopcke
Obituary Notice  475
Fred Blum
Correspondence  477
Fromm, M. G. and Smith, B. L. (Eds) The Facilitating Environment. Clinical Application of Winnicott's Theory. Madison, Conn., International Universities Press, 198. Pp. 673. $65.00.  481
Sheila Powell
Jung, C. G. Essays on Contemporary Events: Reflections on Nazi Germany. (Foreword by Andrew Samuels). London, Ark Paperbacks, Routledge, 1988. £4.50.  483
Alexander Newman
Stevens, Anthony. The Roots of War: a Jungian Perspective. New York, Paragon House, 1989, Pp. xiv + 237. $22.95.  485
Oliver McShane
McDougall, J. Theatres of the Body. London, Free Association Books, 1989. Pp. 183. £10.95.  485
B. Proner
Homans, Peter. The Ability to Mourn. Disillusionment and the Social Origins of Psychoanalysis. London. University of Chicago Press, 1989. Pp. xiv + 390. £27.95.  487
Fiona Ross
Bollas, Christopher. Forces of Destiny: Psychoanalysis and Human Idiom. London, Free Association Books, 1989. Pp. 223. Hardback £27.50; paperback £12.95.  488
Christopher Perry
Britton, R.; Feldman, M.; O'Shaughnessy, E. The Oedipus Complex Today: Clinical Implications. London, Karnac Books. 1989, Pp. 150. Paperback. £7.00.  489
Jan Wiener
Weissman, Stephen M., His Brother's Keeper: A Psychobiography of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Madison, International Universities Press, 1989. Pp. 349. $40.00  491
Victoria Graham Fuller
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