Selected Papers from the 2005 Conference

Lina Sierra Ayala

Times of War and Peace: Sequels and Phobias in The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West

Nancy Blake

Che vuoi? Enjoying the perverse symptom in the cinema of Pedro Almodóvar

Patrick Brady

The Principle of Convergence and the Theme of Disempowerment

Anca Cristofovici

Joyce Tenneson: An Aesthetics of Aging

Evangelia Diamantopoulou

The Excessive Element of the Hero in both the Poetic and Artistic Expression of Nikos Engonopoulos: The Case Study of "Bolivar" and the Contemporary Revival of Greek Mythology

Camelia Elias

Portraits in Pain: The Psychology of Inspiration in Prose Poems by Lynn Emanuel

Ma Luisa Pascual Garrido

Psychotic Perception and Literary Construction of the Self: Some Plathian Images of an Ordered Chaos

Andrew Gordon

"Envy": Cynthia Ozick Meets Melanie Klein

László Halász

The Psychology of the Terrorist Based on Doris Lessing's Vision

Claire Odeon Hershman

Desperate Trojan Housewives: Some Reflections on The Trojan Women, a Film by Michael Cacoyannis

Norman N. Holland

Don Quixote and the Neuroscience of Metafiction

Dianne Hunter

Uncanny Fish in Plath and Hughes

Claire Kahane

Fleeing Clarissa: A Meditation on the Nature of Love, Enduring or Otherwise

E. Karasavvidou & A. Karakitsios

"Once the Hunter": An Intercultural Analysis Of Children’s Literature

Rainer J. Kaus

Plea for Tolerance - Lion Feuchtwanger's Novel The Jewess of Toledo

Keiko Kimura

Sylvia Plath’s Mourning and Creativity

Ida Kodrlová, Ivo Cermák

Precursors to Suicide in Life and Works of Sylvia Plath and Sarah Kane

Isabel Jaén Portillo

Literary Consciousness: Fictional Minds, Real Implications

María Rosario Quintana

Reminiscencia de la infancia: el caso de un escritor de los siglos XX y XXI

Teresa Gutiérrez Rodríguez

Teorías Biológicas de Personalidad y su Aplicación al Análisis de los Personajes de Abigail Morgan

Jorge Sacido Romero

Don Quixote Rides Again: Illusion and Delusion in Conrad’s Lord Jim: A Tale

Paula Martín Salván

"Our Offering is Language": Speech and Communication Disorders in the Narrative of Don DeLillo

María Jesús López Sánchez-Vizcaíno

The Waters of the Mind: Rhetorical Patterns of Fluidity in Woolf, William James, Bergson and Freud

Robert Silhol

Freud on "Repression" and on "the Unconscious"

Bent Soerensen

Tourette in Fiction: Lethem, Lefcourt, Hecht, Rubio, Byalick

Fabio Troncarelli

"Head On"

Donald Vanouse

Mourning and Melancholia in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls

Karen Yanuba Lezama Morales

The Portrait of a Murderer: An Approach to Eoin McNamee’s Resurrection Man

Sherry Lutz Zivley

Madness and Modernism: Allen Ginsberg's "Howl"--Fifty Years Later

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