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FREUD All references in the text to Freud’s work are to the Penguin Freud Library (PFL) edition unless the article is not available in that edition, in which case the page reference is to the Standard Edition (SE). (See beginning of Further Reading (p. 135) section for full details of both publications.) Freud, S. and Breuer J. (1895) Studies on Hysteria, SE 2; PFL 3. Freud, S. (1896) ‘The Aetiology of Hysteria’, SE 3: 189–221. ——————(1900) The Interpretation of Dreams, SE 4–5; PFL 4. ——————(1901) The Psychopathology of Everyday Life, SE 6; PFL 5. ——————(1905a) ‘Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria (Dora)’, SE 7: 1–122; PFL 8: 29–164. ——————(1905b) Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality, SE 7: 123–245: PFL 7: 32–169. ——————(1905c) Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious, SE 8; PFL 4. ——————(1907a) ‘Delusions and Dreams in Jensen’s Gradiva’, SE 9: 1–95; PFL 14: 27–118. ——————(1907b) ‘The Sexual Enlightenment of Children’, SE 9: 129–39; PFL 7: 172–81. ——————(1908a) ‘Creative Writers and Day-dreaming’, SE 9: 141–53; PFL 14: 129–41. ——————(1908b) ‘Civilized Sexual Morality and Modern Nervous Illness’, SE 9: 177–204; PFL 12: 27–55. ——————(1908c) ‘Character and Anal Erotism’, SE 9: 167–75: PFL 7: 205–15. ——————(1909) ‘Notes upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis (the Rat Man)’, SE 10: 155–249; PFL 9: 33–128. ——————(1910a) Five Lectures on Psychoanalysis, SE 11: 13–55. ——————(1910b) ‘Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood’, SE 11: 57–137; PFL 14: 145–231. ——————(1911) ‘Psychoanalytic Notes on an Autobiographical Account of a Case of Paranoia (Schreber)’, SE 12: 1–82; PFL 9: 131–223. ——————(1912–13) Totem and Taboo, SE 13: 1–162; PFL 13: 49–235. ——————(1914a) ‘The Moses of Michelangelo’, SE 13: 209–36; PFL 14: 249–80 ——————(1914b) ‘On Narcissism’, SE 14: 67–102; PFL 11: 59–97. ——————(1914c) ‘Remembering, Repeating and Working Through’, SE 12: 147–56. ——————(1914d) ‘On the History of the Psychoanalytic Movement’, SE 14: 7–66; PFL 15: 59–127. ——————(1915a) ‘Thoughts for the Time on War and Death’, SE 14: 273–300; PFL 12: 57–89. ——————(1915b) ‘Instincts and their Vicissitudes’, SE 14: 109–40; PFL 11: 105–43. ——————(1916–17) Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis,SE 15–16; PFL 1. ——————(1917) ‘Mourning and Melancholia’, SE 14: 237–58; PFL 11: 245–68. ——————(1918) ‘From the History of an Infantile Neurosis (the Wolf Man)’, SE 17: 1–122; PFL 9: 227–366. ——————(1919) ‘The “Uncanny”’, SE 17: 217–52; PFL 14: 339–76. ——————(1920a) ‘The Psychogenesis of a Case of Homosexuality in a Woman’, SE 18: 145–72; PFL 9: 367–400. ——————(1920b) Beyond the Pleasure Principle, SE 18: 7–64; PFL 11: 269–338. ——————(1921) ‘Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego’, SE 18: 65–143; PFL 12: 91–178. ——————(1923) ‘The Ego and the Id’, SE 19: 1–66: PFL 11: 339–406. ——————(1925a) ‘An Autobiographical Study’, SE 20: 3–74; PFL 15: 185–260. ——————(1925b) ‘Some Psychical Consequences of the Anatomical Distinction between the Sexes’, SE 19: 241–58; PFL 7: 323–43. ——————(1927a) ‘The Future of an Illusion’, SE 21: 1–56; PFL 12: 181–241. ——————(1927b) ‘Fetishism’, SE 21: 147–57; PFL 12: 181–241. ——————(1928) ‘Dostoevsky and Parricide’, SE 21: 173–94; PFL 14: 435–60. ——————(1930) Civilization and its Discontents, SE 21: 57–145; PFL 12: 243–340. ——————(1938) An Outline of Psychoanalysis, SE 23: 139–207; PFL 15: 371–444. ——————(1939) ‘Moses and Monotheism’, SE 23: 1–137; PFL 13: 237–386.

SECONDARY TEXTS Appignanesi, L. and Forrester, J. (1992) Freud’s Women, London: Virago. Appignanesi, R. and Zarate, O. (1999) Introducing Freud, Cambridge: Icon Books. Auden, W.H. (1976) ‘In Memory of Sigmund Freud’, in E. Mendelson (ed.) Collected Poems, London: Faber. Barthes, R. (1995) ‘The Death of the Author’, in S. Burke (ed.) Authorship: From Plato to the Postmodern: A Reader, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 125–30. de Beauvoir, S. ([1949] 1972) The Second Sex, trans. H.M. Parshley, Harmondsworth: Penguin. Bergner, G. (2005) Taboo Subjects: Race, Sex and Psychoanalysis, Minneapolis MN: University of Minnesota Press. Berman, J. (1985) The Talking Cure: Literary Representations of Psychoanalysis, New York: New York University Press. Bernheimer, C. and Kahane, C. (eds) (1985) In Dora’s Case: Freud–Hysteria– Feminism, London: Virago. Bland, L. and Doan L. (eds) (1998) Sexology Uncensored: The Documents of Social Science, Cambridge: Polity Press. Bloom, H. (1973) The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry, New York: Oxford University Press. Bonaparte, M. (1949) The Life and Works of Edgar Allan Poe, London: Imago. Bowie, M. (1991) Lacan, London: Harvard University Press. Bowlby, R. (2007) Freudian Mythologies: Greek Tragedy and Modern Identities, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Brennan, T. (ed.) (1989) Between Feminism and Psychoanalysis, London and New York: Routledge. Brooks, P. (1985) Reading for the Plot: Design and Intention in Narrative,New York: Vintage. ——————(1988) ‘The Idea of a Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism’, in F. Meltzer (ed.) The Trial(s) of Psychoanalysis, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 39–64. Burgin, V., Donald, J., and Kaplan C. (eds) (1986) Formations of Fantasy, London: Routledge. Butler, J. (1990) Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity,New York: Routledge. ——————(1993) Bodies that Matter: On the Discursive Limits of ‘Sex’, New York: Routledge. ——————(1997) The Psychic Life of Power: Theories in Subjection, Stanford CA: Stanford University Press. Crews, F. et al. (1995) The Memory Wars: Freud’s Legacy in Dispute, New York: New York Review of Books. Davidson, A.I. (1988) ‘How to Do the History of Psychoanalysis: a Reading of Freud’s Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality’, in F. Meltzer (ed.) The Trial(s) of Psychoanalysis, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 39–64. Derrida, J. (1978) ‘Freud and the Scene of Writing’, in Writing and Difference, trans. A. Bass, London: Routledge, 196–230. ——————(1987) The Postcard: From Socrates to Freud and Beyond, trans. A. Bass, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Doane, M. (1991) Femmes fatales: Feminism, Film Theory, Psychoanalysis, London: Routledge. Dufresne, T. (ed.) (2004) Killing Freud: Twentieth Century Culture and the Death of Psychoanalysis, London: Continuum. Edwards, J. (2008) Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, London: Routledge. Ellmann, M. (ed.) (1994) Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism, London: Longman. Falkland, G. (2000) Freud’s Literary Culture, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Fanon, F. (1986) Black Skin, White Masks, London: Pluto. Feldstein, R. and Sussman, H. (eds) (1990) Psychoanalysis and … , London: Routledge. Felman, S. (1977a) ‘To Open the Question’, Yale French Studies, 55/56: 5–10. ——————(1977b) ‘Turning the Screw of Interpretation’, Yale French Studies, 55/ 56: 94–207. Fish, S. (1988) ‘Withholding the Missing Portion: Psychoanalysis and Rhetoric’, in F. Meltzer (ed.) The Trial(s) of Psychoanalysis, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 183–210. Forrester, J. (1990) The Seductions of Psychoanalysis: Freud, Lacan, and Derrida, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ——————(1997) Dispatches from the Freud War: Psychoanalysis and its Passions, Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press. Foucault, M. (1990) The History of Sexuality, Vol. I, trans. R. Hurley, London: Penguin. Frazer, J. (1993) The Golden Bough, Ware: Wordsworth Editions. Gallop, J. (1982) The Daughter’s Seduction: Feminism and Psychoanalysis, Ithaca NY: Cornell University Press. Gay, P. (1989) Freud: A Life for our Time, London: Macmillan. Greedharry, M. (2008) Postcolonial Theory and Psychoanalysis: From Uneasy Engagements to Effective Critique, London: Palgrave. Grosz, E. (1990) Jacques Lacan: A Feminist Introduction, London: Routledge. Gunn, D. (1988) Psychoanalysis and Fiction, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hall, S. (1996) ‘The After-life of Frantz Fanon: Why Fanon? Why Now? Why Black Skin, White Masks?’, in A. Read (ed.) The Fact of Blackness: Frantz Fanon and Visual Representation, Seattle WA: Bay Press. Heath, S. (1986) ‘Joan Riviere and the Masquerade’, in V. Burgin, J. Donald and C. Kaplan (eds) Formations of Fantasy, London: Routledge, 45–61. Hoffmann, E.T.A. (1982) Tales of Hoffmann, trans. R.J. Hollingdale, London: Penguin. Jacobus, M. (1996) First Things: The Maternal Imaginary in Literature, Art and Psychoanalysis, London and New York: Routledge. ——————(2005) The Poetics of Psychoanalysis: In the Wake of Klein, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Jones, E. (1953–57) Sigmund Freud: Life and Works, Vols I–III, London: Hogarth Press.

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