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Author Person, Ethel S
Title On Freud's Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming
Imprint London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2013
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Series The International Psychoanalytical Association Contemporary Freud: Turning Points and Critical Issues Series
The International Psychoanalytical Association Contemporary Freud: Turning Points and Critical Issues Series
Note COVER -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part One: Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming (1908) -- Part Two: Discussion of "Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming -- A Masterpiece of Illumination -- A Modem View of Freud's "Creative Writers and Day-dreaming -- The Clinical Value of Daydreams and a Note on their Role in Character Analysis -- Some Reflections on Phantasy and Creativity -- Unconscious Phantasy, Identification, and Projection in the Creative Writer -- Reality and Unreality in Phantasy and Fiction -- Creative Writers and Day-dreaming": A Commentary -- Creative Writers and Dream-Work-Alpha -- Fantasy and Beyond: A Current Developmental Perspective on Freud's "Creative Writers and Day-dreaming -- Creative Writers and Day-dreaming": A Parochial View -- Contributors -- Index
This is the fourth volume in the series Contemporary Freud: Turning Points and Critical Issues, published with the International Psychoanalytical Association. Each book in the series presents a classic essay by Freud and discussions of the essay by prominent psychoanalytic teachers and analysts who differ in emphases and who come from different theoretical backgrounds and geographical locations.First presented as an informal lecture in 1907, "Creative Writers and Day-dreaming" pursues two lines of inquiry: it explores the origins of daydreaming and its relation to the play of children, and it investigates the creative process. Following an introduction by Ethel Spector Person, the contributors to this volume - Marcos Aguinis, Harry Trosman, Harold P. Blum, Jose A. Infante, Joseph Sandler and Anne-Marie Sandler, Ronald Britton, Janine Chasseguet- Smirgel, Elizabeth Tabak de Bianchedi, Robert N. Emde, and Moises Lemlij - provide commentaries on Freud's essay, explicating the twists and turns in psychoanalytic theories of fantasy and in applied psychoanalysis. Their essays place Freud's paper in historical context, describe the clinical value of daydreams and fantasies, offer a Kleinian view of fantasy, provide analytic approaches to creativity and fantasy, comment on the ambiguity caused by multiple translations of Freud's text, and reframe the idea of fantasy from a modern biological and developmental approach.This volume contains Freud's original essay
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Person, Ethel S. On Freud's Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming London : Taylor & Francis Group,c2013 9781855757547
Subject Freud, Sigmund, -- 1856-1939. -- Dichter und das Phantasieren.;Fantasy.;Creative ability.;Psychoanalysis
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Alt Author Fonagy, Peter
Figueira, Sérvulo Augusto
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