Quixotic Desire: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Cervantes
Ruth A. El Saffar, Ruth S. El Saffar, Diana de Armas Wilson
Cornell University Press, 1993 - 332 pagine
'A value of the collection is its multiple trajectory, as commentary on the Cervantine corpus, on authorial and fictional psyches, and on the dialectical (hi)story of literature and psychoanalysis. The editors and their distinguished collaborators have produced a monumental work of scholarship.'--Choice In this venturesome collection, scholars representing a variety of approaches contribute fifteen essays that shed new light not only on the uses of psychoanalysis for reading Cervantes, but also on the relationship between Freud's reading of Cervantes in the summer of 1883 and the very foundation of psychoanalytic paradigms.
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Cervantes as Cultural Ancestor of Freud
The Archaeology of Desire in Don Quixote
Cervantes and the Unconscious
A Lacanian Reading of
Interpolation and Disruption
Mad Lovers in Don Quixote
Notes on Contributors
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