Author(s) : Harry Trosman. Publisher : New York . Category : Culture and Psychoanalysis. Catalogue No : 10257. ISBN 13 : 9780814782651. ISBN 10 : 0814782655. Also by Harry Trosman. Freud and the Imaginative World.
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Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Masterworks of Art and Film Harry Trosman . In Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Masterworks of Art and Film, Harry Trosman demonstrates that a psychoanalytic point of view can vastly enrich one's understanding and appreciation of works of art. Drawing on current psychoanalytic views of the importance of fantasy, attachment and individuation theory, preoedipal factors in development, and object relations, Trosman addresses the impact of psychoanalysis on the understanding of the visual arts, painting, and film.
is Faculty, Institute for Psychoanalysis and Professor of Psychiatry, University of Chicago. He wrote Freud and the Imaginative World (The Analytic Press, 1985) and Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Masterworks in Art and Film (1996). is Professor of English, University of Chicago. He wrote Henry James: The Lessons of the Master (1975) and Mary Shelley and Frankenstein: The Fate of Androgyny (1988). e. is Director, Institute for Psychoanalysis, and Professor of Psychiatry, University of Illinois, Chicago.
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