Cambridge Companion to Literature and Psychoanalysis

Cambridge Companion to Literature and Psychoanalysis

Camden, Vera J.

Cambridge University Press






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Introduction Reading to Recover: Literature and Psychoanalysis Vera J. Camden; Part I. In History: 1. The varieties of psychoanalytic experience Madelon Sprengnether; 2. Recognitions: Shakespeare, Freud and the story of psychoanalysis Catherine Bates; 3.Rivalry and the favorite child in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick-Hanly; 4. Encountering invisible presence: Virginia Woolf and Julia Duckworth Stephen Katherine Dalsimer; 5. Dislocating the reader: Slave motherhood and the disrupted temporality of trauma in Toni Morrison's Beloved Jean Wyatt; Part II. In Society: 6. Remembering violence and possibilities of mourning: Psychoanalysis, partition literature and the writings of Sa'adat Hasan Manto Zehra Mehdi; 7. Latin American violence novels: Pain and the Gaze of narrative Beatriz L. Botero; 8. A man and his things: Bruce Chatwin's Utz Adele Tutter; 9. The uses of literature and psychoanalysis in contemporary reading groups Josie Billington; Part III. In Sight: 10. Frames of mind: Comics and psychoanalysis in the visual field Emmy Waldman; 11. Psychoanalysis and children's literature: Spotlighting the dialogue Ellen Handler Spitz; 12. Reflections on psychoanalysis and class: Andrea Arnold and Donald Winnicott Vicky Lebeau; Part IV. In Theory: 13. Why Literature? Why psychoanalysis? Jeremy Tambling; 14. Beyond the fragmented subject Lisa Ruddick; 15. The brokenness of being: Mourning in Queer theory and literature Mari Ruti; 16. Animal figures Carla Freccero.
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