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Literature and psychoanalysis

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Literature and psychoanalysis is an exciting, and compulsive working through of what Freud really said, and why it is so important, with a chapter on Melanie Klein and object relations theory, and two chapters on Lacan, and his work on the unconscious as structured like a language.

Investigating different forms of literature through a careful examination of Shakespeare, Bl
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 8th 2013 by Manchester University Press (first published December 24th 2012)
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Hermione Laake
Jeremy Tambling returns to Shoshana Felman's idea that literature is capable of resisting the interrogation of psychoanalytic theory. Also this is a revision of Freud's psychoanalytic theory; Tambling points out that Freud was a theorist. This is very easy to read and a strikingly well laid out text.
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