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Holland also offers a bracing discussion of reader-response criticism and a lucid guide to the work of Jacques Lacan.

Author: Norman Norwood Holland

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195062809

Category: Literary Criticism

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As psychoanalysis becomes more and more important to literary studies and the accompanying literature bulks larger and larger, students often feel overwhelmed, not knowing where to turn for readings that will open up the subject. Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology offers an ingenious solution to this problem. It provides concise outlines of all types of psychoanalytic theory and shows how they apply to literary criticism. The outlines point in turn to further, more specific readings--articles, essays, and books--which can then be located by two extensive bibliographies that follow the discussion. These offer materials that range from the earliest Freud to the latest cognitive science and include dozens of bibliographic aids. Holland integrates these suggested readings with lively, detailed comments on various psychologies as they relate to literature. He is thus able to guide students easily to the precise subject they wish to study, be it Jungian criticism, ego psychology, feminist psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic film theory, or interpretation of some specific text. Holland also offers a bracing discussion of reader-response criticism and a lucid guide to the work of Jacques Lacan. A trenchant epilogue defends the psychological approach, suggesting which points in psychoanalytic theory will work for literary critics, and which will not. The only such guidebook for students of psychoanalytic literary theory and literary criticism, Holland's Guide will also prove an invaluable aid for those studying psychoanalysis and psychology.

Holland also offers a bracing discussion of reader-response criticism and a lucid guide to the work of Jacques Lacan.

Author: Norman Norwood Holland

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0195062795

Category: Psychology

Page: 143

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As psychoanalysis becomes more and more important to literary studies and the accompanying literature bulks larger and larger, students often feel overwhelmed, not knowing where to turn for readings that will open up the subject. Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology offers an ingenious solution to this problem. It provides concise outlines of all types of psychoanalytic theory and shows how they apply to literary criticism. The outlines point in turn to further, more specific readings--articles, essays, and books--which can then be located by two extensive bibliographies that follow the discussion. These offer materials that range from the earliest Freud to the latest cognitive science and include dozens of bibliographic aids.Holland integrates these suggested readings with lively, detailed comments on various psychologies as they relate to literature. He is thus able to guide students easily to the precise subject they wish to study, be it Jungian criticism, ego psychology, feminist psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic film theory, or interpretation of some specific text. Holland also offers a bracing discussion of reader-response criticism and a lucid guide to the work of Jacques Lacan. A trenchant epilogue defends the psychological approach, suggesting which points in psychoanalytic theory will work for literary critics, and which will not. The only such guidebook for students of psychoanalytic literary theory and literary criticism, Holland's Guide will also prove an invaluable aid for those studying psychoanalysis and psychology.

Norman N. Holland. substitutes a search for truth, which he called "science," a science far more like linguistics or philosophy than neurology or psychology. He stands for rebellion against the International Psycho-Analytic Association, ...

Author: Norman N. Holland

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0195362691

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 160

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As psychoanalysis becomes more and more important to literary studies and the accompanying literature bulks larger and larger, students often feel overwhelmed, not knowing where to turn for readings that will open up the subject. Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology offers an ingenious solution to this problem. It provides concise outlines of all types of psychoanalytic theory and shows how they apply to literary criticism. The outlines point in turn to further, more specific readings--articles, essays, and books--which can then be located by two extensive bibliographies that follow the discussion. These offer materials that range from the earliest Freud to the latest cognitive science and include dozens of bibliographic aids. Holland integrates these suggested readings with lively, detailed comments on various psychologies as they relate to literature. He is thus able to guide students easily to the precise subject they wish to study, be it Jungian criticism, ego psychology, feminist psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic film theory, or interpretation of some specific text. Holland also offers a bracing discussion of reader-response criticism and a lucid guide to the work of Jacques Lacan. A trenchant epilogue defends the psychological approach, suggesting which points in psychoanalytic theory will work for literary critics, and which will not. The only such guidebook for students of psychoanalytic literary theory and literary criticism, Holland's Guide will also prove an invaluable aid for those studying psychoanalysis and psychology.
1990-02-15 By Norman N. Holland

Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology (1990) contains a list of essential writings in the field, a “tendentious list,” the author unapologetically admits, “designed to give you whatever knowledge ...

Author: Jeffrey Berman

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501372988

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 296

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Norman Holland was unquestionably the leading 20th-century American psychoanalytic literary critic. Long known as the Dean of American psychoanalytic literary critics, Holland produced an enormous body of scholarship that appeals to both neophytes in the field and advanced researchers, many of whom have been influenced by his writings. Holland was one of the first proponents of reader-response criticism, the theorist of readers' identity themes, and the author of fifteen books that have become classics in the field. Jeffrey Berman analyzes all of Holland's books, and many of his 250 scholarly articles, highlighting continuities and discontinuities in the critic's thinking over time. A controversial if not polarizing figure, Holland is discussed in relation to his closest colleagues, including Murray Schwartz, Bernard Paris, and Leslie Fiedler, as well as his fiercest critics, among them Frederick Crews, David Bleich, and Jonathan Culler, creating a dynamic and personal portrait. Insofar as this text illuminates the evolving mind of a premier literary critic, it produces a parallel profile of the American reader, the primary object of Holland's extensive work.
2021-03-11 By Jeffrey Berman

Title : Guide to psychoanalytic psychology and literature - and - psychology LC : 89-38898 02NLM : WM 18 H736h 1989 Cit . No. 9105824 Holland's guide to psychoanalytic psychology and literature - and - psychology Holland , Norman ...

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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ISBN: MINN:31951D00419044S

Category: Medicine

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... Melanie Klein: Her World and Her Work (1986); Norman N. Holland, The Dynamics ofLiterary Response (1968), Five Readers Reading (1975), Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature and Psychology (1990), The I (1985), ...

Author: Michael Groden

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421407050

Category: Literary Criticism

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Materials include newly commissioned articles along with essays drawn from The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism, known as the definitive resource for students and scholars of literary theory and for philosophical reflection on literature and culture.
2012-11-01 By Michael Groden

Holland , Norman Norwood , 1927- Holland's guide to psychoanalytic psychology and literature - and - psychology / Norman N. Holland . New York : Oxford University Press , 1990 . vi , 143 p . Includes bibliographical references ( p .

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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ISBN: UOM:39015046741198

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First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.

In his Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology (1990), the American critic Norman N. Holland argues that literature can alert the reader to his (sic) unconscious fantasies. But, of course, Holland does ...

Author: Maggie Humm

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317341758

Category: Literary Criticism

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This introduction to feminist literary criticism in its international contexts discusses a broad range of complex critical writings and then identifies and explains the main developments and debates within each approach. Each chapter has an easy-to-use format, comprising an introductory overview, an explanation of key themes and techniques, a detailed account of the work of specific critics, and a summary which includes critiques of the approach. Each chapter is accompanied by a guide to the primary texts and further reading.
2015-07-17 By Maggie Humm

Author: Norman Norwood Holland

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ISBN: OCLC:21176650

Category: Literature

Page: 68

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Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature - andPsychology . New York and Oxford : Oxford UP , 1990 . Jones , Ernest . What Is Psychoanalysis ? London : George Allen & Unwin , 1949 . Sigmund Freud : Life and Work .

Author: Henk de Berg

Publisher: Camden House

ISBN: 1571133011

Category: Literary Criticism

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