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Volume 31 (2006)

Issue 1
“Freud and Modern Psychoanalysis”: A Summary of André Green's Presentation  1
André Green
“Freud and Modern Psychoanalysis”: A Discussion  7
Phyllis W. Meadow and André Green
Modern Psychoanalysis Meets André Green: The Case of Z  25
Jane Snyder, Ph.D.
Analysis of a Narcissistic Wound: Reflections on André Green's “The Dead Mother”  45
Michal Adiv-Ginach, L.C.S.W., Psya.D.
The Presence of the Absent Object in the Compulsion to Repeat  58
Janine Baker
A Plea for Classical Neurosis in Modern Psychoanalysis  66
Joseph Scalia, III, M.Ed.
Essays in Honor of Phyllis W. Meadow (1924-2005)
There's No Such Thing As a Mother  79
June Bernstein, Ph.D.
Intuitive Listening  88
Lynne Laub, Ph.D.
Emotional Communication: Resolving a Resistance to Feeling Hate  102
Barbara D'amato, M.A.
Becoming an Analyst: Learning to Live with Madness, Aggression, and the Unknown  113
Lucy Holmes, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Key Ideas for a Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Misrecognition and Recognition of the Unconscious. André Green. London and New York: Routledge, 2005. 321 pp.  119
Rodrigo Barahona
Psychoanalysis: A Paradigm for Clinical Thinking. André Green. Andrew Weller, translator. France: Odile Jacob, 2002. London: Free Association Books, 2005.  125
Janine Baker
Issue 2
The Phyllis W. Meadow Award for Excellence in Psychoanalytic Writing  147
The Editors and Jennifer Wade, M.S.W.
Pushing Through Boundaries of Inner Space: The Need for Analytic Transparency in the Treatment of a Juggler  151
Claudia Luiz, Ed.M.
Hysteria as a Concept: A Survey of Its History in the Psychoanalytic Literature  182
Stephen R. Guttman, M.A.
Oedipus Rex Revisited  229
Patrick Lee Miller, Ph.D.
Writing as a Protective Shell: The Analysis of a Young Writer  251
Alina Schellekes, M.A.
Suppose There Were No Mirrors: Converging Concepts of Mirroring  289
Robert J. Marshall, Ph.D.
The Ego and Analysis of Defense. 2nd ed. Paul Gray. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 2005. 325 pp.  313
Gerald Fishbein
The Sphinx on the Table: Sigmund Freud's Art Collection and the Development of Psychoanalysis. Janine Burke. New York: Walker and Company, 2006. 384 pp.  317
Kenneth Feingold
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