Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991 - Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.) - 325 pages
""Writer's Block" is an organic whole. Leader makes connections and shows differences among the various sections and the different theories. I found the book to be a rich intellectual experience."--Ben Davis, "Wilson Library Bulletin."
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aesthetic Anna Freud anxiety Art and Artist associated Bate Bergler blockage blocked writer Bloom calls Coleridge's conscious creation creative Criticism culture D. W. Winnicott death depressive position dream ego psychology Ehrenzweig essay example experience expression external fantasies fear feel female Freud Freudian Gubar Hanna Segal imagination impulse infant inhibiting instincts internal John Keats Jung Keats Kris letter literary London McFarland Melanie Klein metaphor Milner mind mother nature neurotic Notebook novelist object oral origins Otto Rank Oxford patient Phaedrus Plato pleasure poem poem's poet poetic poetry problem Psychoanalytic Quoted in ibid Rank's reality Recluse relation repressed Romantic Romanticism Samuel Taylor Coleridge says Segal sense sexual Showalter sort stanza sublime suggests superego symbolic theory thought tion tradition trans unconscious University Press vision vols William Wordsworth Winnicott woman Woolf words Wordsworth writer's block Writer's Cramp writing written York
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