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List of Articles

Volume 1 (1999)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Andrea Sabbadini
Freud, Biography, His Autobiography and His Biographers'  4
Alain de Mijolla
Controversies in Freud Translation  28
Mark Solms
Freud and Jung: The Internationalization of Psychoanalysis  44
Harold P Blum
Freud Overwhelmed  56
Patrick J. Mahony, Ph.D.
We (Not so) Happy Few: Symbolic Loss and Mourning in Freud's Psychoanalytic Movement and the History of Psychoanalysis  69
Peter Homans
The Organizing of Psychoanalysis in Britain  87
R. D. Hinshelwood
‘You Know that our Old Institute was Entirely Destroyed…’ On the History of the Frankfurt Psychoanalytical Institute (FPI) 1929–1933  103
Tomas Plankers, DRPHIL and Hans-Joachim Rothe, DRMED
Book Review
The Trauma of the Past: Remembering and Working Through edited by Hella Ehlers and Joyce Crick (London: Goethe Institute, 1994); reviewed by Ann Scott  115
Reports and Announcements
Council of Editors of Psychoanalytic Journals: New York, December 1997  117
Nellie L. Thompson
20 Maresfield Gardens: A Guide to the Freud Museum, London  118
Michael Molnar
Issue 2
Editorial  133
Andrea Sabbadini
‘One Large Secure, Solid Background’: Melanie Klein and the Origins of the British Welfare State  136
Eli Zaretsky
The Discovery of the Child as an Object Sui Generis of Cure and Research by Melanie Klein as Reflected in the Notes of her First Child Analyses in Berlin 1921–1926  155
Claudia Frank
‘Does the Professor Talk to God?’: Countertransference and Jewish Identity in the Case of Little Hans  175
Peter L. Rudnytsky
John Stuart Mill Translated by Siegmund Freud  195
Michael Molnar
Sigmund Freud, Translator of The Enfranchisement of Women by J.S. Mill  206
Michelle Moreau Ricaud
Louise Andreas-Salome: At the High Noon of Culture, in the Shadows of Psychoanalysis  219
Gary Winship, M.A.
Jung's Psychology in the Light of His ‘Personal Myth’  237
Petteri Pietikainen
Psychoanalysis, Language and Deconstruction in the Work of Nicolas Abraham and Maria Torok  252
Carlo Bonomi and Nicholas Rand
Correspondence  261
Book Reviews
Back to Freud's Texts: Making Silent Documents Speak by Ilse GrubrichSimitis (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1996, pp. 322), trans. Philip Slotkin; reviewed by Malcolm Pines  265
Malcolm Pines
Freuds fruhe klinische Theorie (1894-1896): Wiederentdeckung and Rekonstruktion (Freud's Early Clinical Theory, 1894-1896: Rediscovery and Reconstruction) by Ulrike May-Tolzmann (Tubingen: Edition Diskord, 1996, pp. 160); reviewed by Marco Conci  267
Marco Conci, M.D.
How Freud Worked: First-Hand Accounts of Patients by Paul Roazen (Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1995, pp. xxvi + 301); reviewed by Brett Kahr  273
Brett Kahr
Reports and Announcements
A Celebration of Pearl King's 80th Birthday: London, November 1998  282
Clifford Yorke
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