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Writing Through Repression book. Michael Levine is Associate Professor of German, Comparative Literature and Jewish Studies at Rutgers University. He is the author of The Belated Witness: Literature, Testimony, and the Question of Holocaust Survival (Stanford University Press, 2006) and Writing Through Repression: Literature, Censorship, Psychoanalysis (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994).

In Writing Through Repression, Michael Levine juxtaposes readings of psychoanalytic, literary, and critical texts to explore these questions.

In "Writing Through Repression", Michael Levine juxtaposes readings of psychoanalytic, literary, and critical .

In "Writing Through Repression", Michael Levine juxtaposes readings of psychoanalytic, literary, and critical texts to explore these questions. oceedings{Levine1994WritingTR, title {Writing Through Repression: Literature, Censorship, Psychoanalysis}, author {Michael G. Levine}, year {1994} }. Michael G. Levine. What does it mean to treat a dream as a censored text?

Michael G. Levine, American Comparative literature educator.

Michael G. Recipient Kenan fellowship Johns Hopkins University Medical School, 1985, German Academic Exchange Service grant German Government, 1983-1984, Faculty fellowship Yale University, 1994-1995. Mellon Junior fellow, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1985-1987; assistant professor, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1987-1993; associate professor, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, since 1993. Dramaturge Yale Reperatory Theatre, New Haven, 1993, 94. Back to Profile. Levine is Associate Professor of German at Rutgers University. He is the author of Writing Through Repression: Literature, Censorship, Psychoanalysis (1994) and translator of Samuel Weber's Return to Freud: Jacques Lacan's Dislocation of Psychoanalysis (1991). The Belated Witness is a remarkable book and a stunning accomplishment.

In his 1899 The Interpretation of Dreams, Freud identified a force working to disguise the dream-thoughts so as to make them more acceptable to the dreamer.

Writing Through Repression : Literature, Censorship, Psychoanalysis. by Michael G.

Her books include Literature and Psychoanalysis, Testimony, and (most recently) The Juridical Unconscious .

This is perhaps Felman's most widely read book: her collection of essays called Writing And Madness (Literature/ Philosophy/ Psychoanalysis) which was published in French in 1978 and appeared in translation 1985.

Writing through Repression: Literature, Censorship, Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis, Creativity, and Literature: A French-American Inquiry. This volume, best known for its groundbreaking analysis of narcissism, is essential reading for scholars and practitioners seeking to understand human personality in its many incarnations. ?œKohut has done for narcissism what the novelist Charles Dickens did for poverty in the nineteenth century.

Levine (comparative literature, Yale U.) explores the difficulty Freud had in coming to terms with (and bringing to words) the notion of a dream as a censored text. He juxtaposes psychoanalytic, literary, and critical writings to illuminate Freud's connection with the work of Heine, Benjamin, and Kafka. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Writing Through Repression: Literature, Censorship, Psychoanalysis epub download

ISBN13: 978-0801848353

ISBN: 0801848350

Author: Professor Michael G. Levine

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press; 1 edition (August 1, 1994)

Pages: 232 pages

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