Freudian Passions : Psychoanalysis, Form and Literature.
Freud's thinking about the unconscious has always been seen to be more about representations than affects. When it came to the passions of the transference and the demands of his hysterical patients, Freud was always more interested, wanted to move the focus away from the transference, and onto...
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Table of Contents:
- Machine generated contents note: ch. One Passions in search of form
- ch. Two Unconscious reading of mothers and flowers
- ch. Three Rhythms of the unconscious
- ch. Four Symptoms, s̀ense and sensibility'
- ch. Five All about our mothers: melodrama's maternal form
- ch. Six Sympathies beyond the self in Daniel Deronda
- ch. Seven Rhythm of affects and styles of the ego, in To the Lighthouse
- ch. Eight Dreaming lilies.