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Mother Tongue Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation (Mother Tongue : Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation)
Shirley Nelson Garner
by Cornell Univ Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||400|
The (Mother Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation) by Shirley Nelson Garner (): Books - After she taught a graduate level seminar on the topic, she and Garner and Claire Kahane edited The (M)other Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation (). She would go on to publish The Spectral Mother: Freud, Feminism and Psychoanalysis in and numerous articles since, building to her forthcoming publication.
Implications," in The M(O)ther Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ) "The Absent Mother in King Lear," in Rewriting the Renaissance: The Discourses of Sexual Difference, ed. Margaret Ferguson, Maureen Quilligan, and Nancy Vickers (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ). Janice Doane and Devon Hodges, From Klein to Kristeva: Psychoanalytic Feminism and the Search for the "Good Enough" Mother (). Margery Durham, "The Mother Tongue: Christabel and the Language of Love," The (M)other Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation, (ed. Shirley N. Garner, Claire Kahane, and Madelon Sprengnether, ).
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Father's seduction / Jane Gallop --Enforcing Oedipus: Freud and Dora / Madelon Sprengnether --Hand that rocks the cradle: recent gender theories and their implications / Coppélia Kahn --Hysteria, psychoanalysis, and feminism: the case of Anna.
The (M)other tongue: essays in feminist psychoanalytic interpretation. The (M)other tongue.: Shirley Nelson Garner, Claire Kahane, Madelon Sprengnether.
Cornell University Press, - Literary. The (M)other Tongue. Book Description: This timely and provocative collection of sixteen essays combines feminist and psychoanalytic approaches to literary theory and to the reading of literary texts.
It demonstrates not only the ways in which psychoanalytic theory can illuminate traditional literary texts, but also the ways in which feminist theory can modify, enlarge, and in some instances transform the body of psychoanalytic literature.
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T2 - Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation. AU - Sprengnether, Madelon. A2 - Kahane, Claire. A2 - Garner, Shirley. Reading the Mother Tongue: Psychoanalytic Feminist Criticism Jane Gallop In the early seventies, American feminist literary criticism had little patience for psychoanalytic interpretation, dismissing it along with other forms of what Mary Ellmann called "phallic criticism."' Not that psychoanalytic.
She has published numerous books in the field of feminist, psychoanalytic criticism and theory, including The (M)other Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation (), the pathbreaking The Spectral Mother: Freud, Feminism and Psychoanalysis () and Mourning Freud, now available from Bloomsbury.
This timely and provocative collection of sixteen essays combines feminist and psychoanalytic approaches to literary theory and to the reading of literary texts. Feminism, psychoanalysis and literary interpretation have more in common than their early histories might seem to suggest – or promise.
Each of these intellectual and socially engaged activities is based on premises (about text, psyche and culture) that undermine familiar or received wisdom. Hysteria, psychoanalysis, and feminism: the case of Anna O. / Dianne Hunter "This is and is not Cressid": the characterization of Cressida / Janet Adelman ; Difference and silence: John Milton and the question of gender / Jim Swan ; Mother tongue: Christabel and the language of love / Margery Durham.
A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Rapunzel The familiar story of Rapunzel, as told by the brothers Jacob Ludwig Carl and Wilhelm Carl Grimm, takes on new meaning with a psychoanalytic interpretation.
It is a complex tale about desire, achievement, and loss. 3 The subject of study in this essay is the poem “Discourse on the Logic of The whole collection of poems presents an epic journey of seeking and returning to the mother and the mother tongue (the book has a dedication “For all the mothers”).
Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation, Ithaca, Cornell University. SHIRLEY NELSON GARNER is Professor and Chair of English at the University of Minnesota. She is a co-editor, with Claire Kahane and Madelon Sprengnether, of The (M)other Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation; and a contributor to the Personal Narratives Group's Interpreting Women's Lives: Feminist Theory and Personal Narratives.
This landmark collaboration between African American and white feminists goes to the heart of problems that have troubled feminist thinking for decades.
Putting the racial dynamics of feminist interpretation center stage, these essays question such issues as the primacy of sexual difference, the universal nature of psychoanalytic categories, and the role of race in the formation of identity. 'This Is and Is Not Cressid': The Characterization of Cressida, in The Mother Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation, ed.
Shirley Nelson Gamer, Claire Kahane, and Madelon Sprengnether (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ), pp. Robert A. Ravich (essay date ) SOURCE: "A Psychoanalytic Study of Shakespeare's Early Plays," in The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol.
XXXIII, No. 3,pp. [In the following essay.Part II of the book, Feminism and Psychoanalysis, begins with “Re-reading Freud on Female Development,” a scholarly ”theory analysis exercise” (p. ) emphasizing that Freud did not review or rework his early theories of female development on the basis of his later theoretical positions.