In Dora's Case: Freud--hysteria--feminism

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Columbia University Press, 1990 - Psychology - 344 pages

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The 'problems' with this case are numerous and many of them are obvious. Janet Malcolm points out that, 'Everything we know about Dora and her father and the K.s is what Freud has chosen to tell us ... Read full review

Contents

A Footnote to Freuds Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria
37
Reality and Actuality An Address
46
Freud and Dora Story History Case History
58
Intervention on Transference
94
The Scene of Psychoanalysis The Unanswered Questions of Dora
107
Dora Fragment of an Analysis
130
Freuds Dora Doras Hysteria
151
Representation of Patriarchy Sexuality and Epistemology in Freuds Dora
183
Questioning the Unconscious The Dora Archive
245
Enforcing Oedipus Freud and Dora
256
The Untenable
278
Reading Dora Reading Freuds Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria
296
Reflections Jappelle un chat un chat
307
Bibliography
329
Notes on Contributors
335
Index
339

Keys to Dora
202
Doras Secrets Freuds Techniques
223

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Charles Bernheimer is Professor of Romance Languages and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Figures of III Repute: Representing Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century France and Flaubert and Kafka: Studies on Psychopoetic Structure.Claire Kahane is Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York at Buffalo and co-editor of a volume of feminist psychoanalytic essays, The M[O]ther Tongue.

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