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Nabokov's Mimicry of Freud: Art as Science

Bahn GH

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Le Sixième Sommeil

Bahn GH

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Uncanny as Aesthetic Experience

Lee JE

This paper interprets the work of Hans Bellmer, who took pictures after making a doll and distorting its form, and Diane Arbus, who took documentary photographs of unusual and marginalized...
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Death Instinct and Creativity: With Works of Egon Schiele

Choi YJ, Ha JH

Death instinct was first introduced by Freud in ‘Beyond the Pleasure Principle’ in 1920. Dominant death instinct can negatively affect the balance of mental apparatus with a variety of psychopathologies....
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Non-Interpretative Analytic Techniques for Sicker Borderline Patients

Yu J, Ha JH

Borderline personalities are known to be associated with sick and difficult patients in analysis. Sometimes usual interpretation in treating borderline personality patients is of no use due to the lack...
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