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Russian literature and psychoanalysis

edited by Daniel Rancour-Laferriere

(Linguistic & literary studies in Eastern Europe, v. 31)

J. Benjamins Pub. Co., 1989

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"Part II ... is the proceedings of the Conference on Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis which was held on the Davis campus of the University of California, 20-22 February 1987"--P. x

Includes bibliographical references

内容説明・目次

内容説明

This is a collection of psychoanalytical essays on a broad spectrum of well-known Russian authors, such as Puskin, Dostoevsky, Gogol, Belyj, Tjutcev, Axmatova, and Nabokov. The volume includes some reprints, among which a contribution by Sigmund Freud on Dostoevsky and Parricide'. The majority of the contributions are original publications by present-day specialists in the field. This is a book which may benefit literary scholars as well as professional psychoanalysts.

目次

  • 1. Acknowledgments
  • 2. Introduction: Russian literature and psychoanalysis - Four modes of intersection (by Rancour-Laferriere, Daniel)
  • 3. Part I. Previous contributions
  • 4. Dostoevsky and parricide (by Freud, S.)
  • 5. Dostoevsky's experiment with projective mechanisms and the theft of identity in The Double (by Rosenthal, R.J.)
  • 6. Myshkin and Rogozhin (by Dalton, E.)
  • 7. Gogol's retreat from love: Toward an interpretation of Mirgorod (by McLean, H.)
  • 8. Puskin and Don Juan (by Kucera, Henry)
  • 9. Solzhenitsyn and the Jews: A psychoanalytic view (by Rancour-Laferriere, Daniel)
  • 10. Part II. New contributions
  • 11. The psychoanalytic breakthrough in Russia on the eve of the First World War (by Ljunggren, M.)
  • 12. Puskin and the pleasure of the text: Anal and erotic images of creativity (by Cooke, L. Brett)
  • 13. The obverse of self: Gender shifts in poems by Tjutcev and Axmatova (by Pratt, S.)
  • 14. Psychoanalysis of "Peasant Marej": Some residual problems (by Rice, J.)
  • 15. Pathological patterns in Belyj's novels: "Ableuxovs-Letaevs-Korobkins" revisited (by Muller Cooke, Olga)
  • 16. Kto vinovat? Guilt and rebellion in zoscenko's accounts of childhood (by Hanson, Krista)
  • 17. Of dreams, devils, irrationality and The Master and Margarita (by Mills, Jon)
  • 18. The beauty mark and the "I"s of the beholder: Limonov's narcissistic poem "Ja v mysljax poderzu drugogo celoveka" (by Zholkovsky, A.)
  • 19. Cloud, castle, claustrum: Nabokov as a Freudian in spite of himself (by Elms, A.)
  • 20. Splitting of the ego: Freudian doubles, Nabokovian doubles (by Green, Georgia M.)
  • 21. Charles Kinbote's psychosis: A key to Vladimir Nabokov's Pale Fire (by Welsen, P.)
  • 22. Bakhtin and Freud on the ego (by Pirog, G.)
  • 23. Dora and the underground man (by Murav, H.)
  • 24. Women without men in the writing of contemporary Soviet women writers (by Barker, A.)
  • 25. Can a literature be neurotic?: Literary self and authority structures in Russian cultural development (by Cox, G.)
  • 26. Abstracts of contents

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