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World book. Maso, Carole Jan 1, 2004 879
"When the pear blossoms / cast their pale faces on / the darker face of the earth": miscegenation, the primal scene, and the incest motif in Rita Dove's work. Pereira, Malin Critical Essay Jun 22, 2002 10284
Jason Compson and the Mother Complex. MOORE, KATHLEEN Critical Essay Sep 22, 2000 7405
POSTHUMOUS POSTURING: THE SUBVERSIVE POWER OF DEATH IN CONTEMPORARY WOMEN'S FICTION. WORTHINGTON, MARJORIE Critical Essay Jun 22, 2000 10539
The Hollywood Novel: Gender and Lacanian Tragedy in Joan Didion's Play It As It Lays. Rhodes, Chip Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 5971
Neurotic Narrative: Metafiction and Object-Relations Theory. Stirling, Grant Mar 22, 2000 9864
How Came I Thus? : Adam and Eve In the Mirror of the Other. Martin, Roberta C. Mar 22, 2000 10078
'Dhvani' and the "full word": suggestion and signification from Abhinavagupta to Jacques Lacan. Pandit, Lalita Feb 1, 1996 10161
Toward a cognitive science of poetics: Anandavardhana, Abhinavagupta, and the theory of literature. Hogan, Patrick Colm Feb 1, 1996 7323
Temple Drake and 'La parole pleine.'(Special Issue: William Faulkner) Wittenberg, Judith Bryant Jun 22, 1995 8699
On traumatic knowledge and literary studies. Hartman, Geoffrey H. Jun 22, 1995 13561
"Little Hans" and the poetics of anxiety: taking analysis to task. Hale, Geoffrey A. Sep 22, 1994 10993
The dream screen in 'The Moviegoer.' (by Walker Percy) Lawson, Lewis A. Jan 1, 1994 11798
Much ado about nothing: language and desire in 'The Sound and the Fury.' (Special Issue: William Faulkner) Barker, Deborah E.; Kamps, Ivo Jun 22, 1993 8857
The passion of Margaret Powers: a psychoanalytic reading of 'Soldier's Pay.' (Special Issue: William Faulkner) Zeitlin, Michael Jun 22, 1993 9959
Greek tragedy, confusion, and Melanie Klein: or, is there an 'Oresteia' complex? Alford, C. Fred Mar 22, 1993 9863
The psychic struggle of the narrative ego in the conclusion of 'Troylus and Criseyde.' (Geoffrey Chaucer) Schricker, Gale C. Jan 1, 1993 6256

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