Western Electric

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University of Iowa Press, 1996 - Fiction - 127 pages
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A study of the psychodynamic role of shame in Melville's work, with detailed readings of Moby-Dick, Pierre, and Billy Budd, drawing on the work of theorists such as Heinz Kohut, Silvan Tomkins, and Donald Nathanson to challenge to contemporary reliance on an often abstract poststructuralist model of psychoanalysis. For those interested in Melville's work and in psychoanalytic and psychological approaches to literature. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Selected by Oscar Hijuelos, this 1996 winner of the John Simmons Short Fiction Award brings together eight stories set in the West, predominantly in Wyoming. As unadorned as the western plains, these ... Read full review

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Disarmament
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Refugees
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Thomas Edison by Moonlight
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Copyright

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