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Writing Through Repression Literature Censorship

Writing Through Repression sets a high standard for future work on Freud and the unsteady dependence of his concepts on language with meticulous close readings and careful argumentation within chapters and across them Its importance will radiate concentrically first to professional readers of Freud psychoanalysts and workers in the vein of psychoanalytic criticism then to scholars working on the interestingly unstable relations between interpretive concepts and figurative language not only in psychoanalysis or literary criticism but also in philosophy and areas of discourse analysis and finally to scholars of German modernism with an interest in Freud Benjamin Kafka and Heine Timothy Bahti University of Michigan

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