Bibliography for Norman Holland

Books (and their translations)

Textbooks, Editions, and the like

Television and Radio

Computer Software

Current Work

Articles, Notes, and Reviews (most recent years first):

2007  a "Literary Creativity: A Neuropsychoanalytic View.” Evolutionary and Neurocognitive Approaches to Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. Ed. Colin Martindale, Paul Locher, and Vladmimir M. Petrov. Amityville NY: Baywood Publishing, 2007. 165-180.

2006  a "Style, Identity, Free Association, and the Brain." PsyArt 10 (2006). Article 060821. Available http://www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/journal/2006_holland01.

2005  a "Hamlet's Big Toe? Neuropsychology and Literary Character." The Twentieth International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Greenwich (London), July 4-5 2003. Lisbon: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 2005.

      b "The First Psychological Critic: Walter Whiter." Journal of Literary Criticism (Univ. of Allahabad) 10 (June 2004).1: 1-13.

      c "`The Barge She Sat In'": Psychoanalysis and Diction." PsyArt 9 (2005). Article 050813. http://www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/journal/2005_holland09.shtml

2004  a "The Willing Suspension of Disbelief: A Neuro-Psychoanalytic View." Literature and Psychoanalysis. Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis. Arezzo June 26-Jul 1, 2002. Pp. 275-280.

      b "The First Psychological Critic: Walter Whiter (1758-1832)." PsyArt 8 (2004). Article 040229.

      c "Psychoanalysis as Science." PsyArt 8 (2004). Article 040522.

      d "The Power(?) of Literature." New Literary History 35.3 (Summer 2004): 395-410.

2003  a "The Willing Suspension of Disbelief: A Neuro-Psychoanalytic View." PsyArt 7 (2003).

2002  a "Where is a Text? A Neurological View." New Literary History 33.1 (Winter): 21-38.

      b "H.D.'s Analysis with Freud." PsyArt 6 (2002).

      c "The Neurosciences and the Arts." Literature and Psychoanalysis. Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis, Nicosia (Cyprus), May 2001. 103-112.

2001  a "`The Barge She Sat In': Psychoanalysis and Diction." Psychoanalytic Studies 3.1 (March): 79-94.
      b "Il mio Shakespeare in Love," Documenti di lavoro: letture shakespeariane, 296-297-298 (settembre-octobre-novembre 2000), serie D (Urbino: Universit  di Urbino/Centro Internazionale di Semiotica e di Linguistica, 2000), 16-37.
      c "My Shakespeare in Love," Literature and Psychoanalysis: Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis, July 8-12, Urbino, Italy. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Lisbon: ISPA. Pp. 281-292.
      d "The Neurosciences and the Arts." PSYART: A Hyperlink Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts, article 010701. September 19, 2001. Available HTTP: http://www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/journal/articles/psyart2001/hollan03.htm
  e "Interpretacja literatury a trzy fazy psychoanalizy." Trans. Maria Bozazenna Fedewicz. Psychoanaliza i literatura. Eds. Pawel Dybel and Michal Glowínski. Gdansk: Slowo/obraz terytoria. Pp. 151-172.
  f "The Mind and the Book: Past, Present, and Future Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism." The Psychoanalytic Century: Freud's Legacy for the Future. Ed. David E. Scharff. New York: Other Press. Pp. 181-194.
2000  a "Creativity and the Stock Market." Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts 79.6 (1998): 1.2: 62-64.
      b "The Mind and the Book: A Long Look at Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism." Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies 2.1 (January 2000): 13-23. Available online at http://www.wkap.nl
      c "Creativity and the Stock Market." PSYART: A Hyperlink Journal for the Psychology of the Arts, article 000825. March 1, 2001. Available: http:www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/journal/articles/psyart2000/hollan02.htm. The full version of 2000a.
1999  a "Reader-Response Criticism." International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 79.6 (1998): 1203-11.
b "Deconstruction." International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 80.1: 153-162.
c "La régression Internet." Gradiva - Revue Européenne d' Anthropologie Littéraire 3:1 (1998): 1-19. Translation by Robert Silhol of 1996a.
d " and Me: The Thirty-Two Year Difference." Aging and Identity: A Humanities Perspective. Ed. Sara Munson Deats and Lagretta Tallent Lenker. Westport CT: Praeger, 1999. Pp. 213-227.
e "Books, Brains, and Bodies." Shawangunk Review 10 (Spring): 6-18.
      f "Cognitive Linguistics: Metaphor." International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 79.6 (1998): 80.2: 357-363.
      g "The Story of a Psychoanalytic Critic." American Imago 79.6 (1998): 56.3: 245-59.
1998  a "The Miller's Wife and the Professors: Questions about the Transactive Theory of Reading." Contexts for Criticism. Ed. Donald Keesey. 3d ed. Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing Co. Pp. 166-80. Partial reprint of 1986e.
b "Revisionism: A Focus Group." New Literary History 29: 173-96.
c "Freud and the Poet's Eye: His Ambivalence Toward the Artist." PSYART: A Hyperlink Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts, article 980331. April 30, 1998. Available HTTP: http://www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/journal/articles/hollan01.htm.
1997  a (with Brian Rhinehart). "Jake's Women: A Dialogue." In Neil Simon: A Casebook. Ed. Gary Konas. Casebooks on Modern Dramatists. New York and London: Garland Publishing. 173-188.
b Hitchcock's Vertigo: One Viewer's Viewing." Literature and Psychoanalysis: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis, Boston (U.S.A.), 2-2 July 1996,. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Lisbon: ISPA. 169-178. Also available online at: http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/nnh/online.htm
1996  a The Internet Regression." Psychoanalytic Studies (an e-journal). Psychoanalytic-Studies@sheffield.ac.uk.
b "8 1/2 and Me: The Thirty-Two Year Difference." Journal of Aging and Identity 1.2: 125-41.
c "8 1/2 and Me." Literature and Psychoanalysis: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis, Freiburg (Germany), 22-26 June 21-24, 1995. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Lisbon: ISPA. 173-84.
d "Hermia's Dream." A Midsummer Night's Dream. Ed. Richard Dutton. New Casebooks. London: Macmillan, 1996. 61-83. Reprint of 1979d.
e Forum: The Inevitability of the Personal. PMLA 111(4): 1146-47.
1995  a "New Tricks for an Old Dog." Works and Days 23/24: The Geography of Cyberspace. Ed. David B. Downing and James J. Sosnoski. Works and Days 12.1&2: 124-32.
b "Ray's Devi." Literary India: Comparative Studies in Aesthetics, Colonialism, and Culture. Ed. Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit. Albany: State University of New York Press. 135-140.
c"The Psychology of Cyberring." Literature and Psychology: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference in Literature and Psychology, Sandbjerg (Denmark), 22-26 June 1994. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Lis- bon: ISPA. 213-220.
d "The Hyphenating of American Literature." Literary Perspectives: American Studies in Sapporo, Japan. Ed. Atsushi Katayama. Sapporo: Hokkaido University Press. 1-17. (English version of 1981d.)
e "Ray's Devi." Manascaryá (An International Journal of Cultural Studies) 1.1: 19-23. (Same as 1995b.)
1994  a "The Miller's Wife and the Professors: Questions about the Transactive Theory of Reading." Contexts for Criticism. Ed. Donald Keesey. 2d ed. Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing Co. Pp. 145-59. Partial reprint of 1986e.
b "Hamlet--My Greatest Creation." Contexts for Criticism. Ed. Donald Keesey. 2d ed. Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing Co. Pp. 160-65. Partial reprint of 1975b.
c "Eliza Meets the Postmodern." EJournal 4.1: lines 49-560. (Electronic journal available from LISTSERV@ALBANY.BITNET: GET EJRNL V4N1.)
d "The Crying Game." SPSCVA (Newsletter of the Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts) 4.1 (Feb): 12-13.
e Editor, IPSA Abstracts and Bibliography in Literature and Psychology. Distributed by Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts and online by PSYART@nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu.
f "The Literarity of Dreams, the Dreaminess of Literature." The Dream and the Text. Ed. Carol Schreier Rupprecht. Albany NY: SUNY Press. ix-xx.
g "Hermia's Dream." The Dream and the Text. Ed. Carol Schreier Rupprecht. Albany NY: SUNY Press. 178-99. Reprint of 1979d.
h "Reader-Response Already Is Cognitive Criticism." In Herbert Simon and Respondents, "Bridging the Gap: Where Cognitive Science Meets Literary Criticism," Stanford Humanities Review, Special Supplement, 4.1 (Spring, 1994): 65-66.
i "How to See Huston's Freud." Perspectives on John Huston. Ed. Stephen Cooper. Perspectives on Film Series. New York: G. K. Hall, 1994. 164-83.
j "Non pas `Comment?' mais `Qui?.'" Comment la littérature agit-elle? Ed. Michel Picard. Centre de recherche sur la lecture littéraire: Actes et Colloques 40. Reims: Klincksieck. 135-45.
k Discussion of "Eliza Meets the Postmodern." EJournal 4.1: lines 49-727. (Electronic journal available from LISTSERV@ALBANY.BITNET: GET EJRNL V4N3.)
l "A Cyberreader Defends." Self-Analysis in Literary Study. Ed. Daniel Rancour-Laferriere. New York: New York University Press. 84-110.
m "John Huston's Freud." Literature and Psychol- ogy: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference in Literature and Psychology, Amsterdam, June 24-28, 1993. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Lisbon: ISPA.
n "Old Criticism and New Cryptics: What Cognitive Science Has to Offer." Journal of Literary Criticism 7.1 (June): 1-9.
1993  a "Psychoanalysis and Literature." Contemporary Psychoanalysis 29.1 (January): 5-21.
b "A Portrait as Rebellion." James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, ed. R. B. Kershner. Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism. Boston and New York: St. Martin's Press. 279-94.
c "Unity---Identity---Text---Self." Essential Papers on Literature and Psychoanalysis. Ed. Emanuel Berman. New York and London: New York University Press. 323-40. Reprint of 1975e.
d Editor, IPSA Abstracts and Bibliography in Literature and Psychology. Distributed by Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts and online by PSYART@nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu.
e "Reader-Response Criticism." Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press. 997-1002.
e "Psychology and Criticism." Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press. 1014-16.
1992  a "Film Response from Eye to I: The Kuleshov Experiment." Classical Hollywood Narrative: The Paradigm Wars. Ed. Jane Gaines. Durham and London: Duke University Press. Reprint of 1989b.
b "T'ong-il-seong a-i-den-ti-ti tek-seu-teu ja-a" (Unity Identity Text Self). Trans. Chan Bu Park. We-guk-mun-hak (Contemporary World Literature), 32 (1992): 57-79. Korean translation of 1975e.
1991  a Forum. PMLA 106: 130.
b "The Trouble(s) with Lacan." Literature and Psychol- ogy: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Literature and Psychology, Urbino, July 6-9, 1990. Lisbon: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 1991. 3-10.
c "La Psychanalyse de l'an 2000." L'Évolution Psychiatrique 56.1: 205-213.
d "A Rejoinder to Gerard J. Pape's Comments." Psychoanalytic Psychology 8.3: 339-341.
e "Hermia's Dream." Shakespeare's Comedies. Ed. Gary Waller. Longman's Critical Readers. London and New York: Longman. 75-91. Reprint of 1979d.
1990  a Article-review of The Works of Jacques Lacan: An Introduction, by Bice Benvenuto and Roger Kennedy. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986. Psychoanalytic Psychology 7.1: 139-149.
b "I-ing Lacan." Criticism and Lacan: Essays and Dialogue on Language, Structure, and the Unconscious. Ed. Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit. Athens and London: University of Georgia Press. 87-108.
c "Massonic Wrongs." American Imago 46 (Winter 1989): 329-352.
d "Tranzaktív beszámoló a tranzaktív irodalomtudományról." Trans. Antal Bókay. Helikon 36.2-3: 246-58. Hungarian translation of 1978b.
e "Obituary: Heinz Lichtenstein (1904-1990)." International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 71: 527-29.
1989  a "The L-Shaped Mind of Ronald Reagan: A Psychoanalytic Study." Psychohistory Review 17.2: 183-214.
b "Film Response from Eye to I: The Kuleshov Experiment." South Atlantic Quarterly 88.2: 416-442.
c An interview with Manuel Alcides Jofré: "Teoría literaria, Psicoanálisis y Estética de la Recepción literaria." Literatura y Lingüística (Santiago, Chile) No. 2: 173-187.
d "A Brainy Afterword." Compromise Formations: Current Directions in Psychoanalytic Criticism. Ed. Vera J. Camden. Kent: Kent State University Press, 235-243.
e "Tribute to Freud and the H.D. Myth." Modern Critical Views: H.D.. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York and Philadelphia: Chelsea House. A reprint of 1969b.
f "Culture and the I." tenor: A Journal of Creative and Critical Writing (Hyderabad), September 1989, 4-15.
g "The I and the Nay: A Fable." Profession 89 (MLA): 55-57.
1988  a "Re-covering `The Purloined Letter': Reading as a Personal Transaction." The Purloined Poe: Lacan, Derrida, and Psychoanalytic Reading. Ed. John P. Muller and William J. Richardson. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press. 307-322. A reprint of 1980b.
b Afterword to Shakespeare and the Triple Play: From Study to Stage to Classroom. Ed. Sidney Homan. Lewisburg PA: Bucknell University Press, 225-230.
c "Yueh tu yu lun t'ung-ching shen fen hsi ti ko ming." Wen hsueh yu i hsu yen chiu (Literature and Art Studies, Beijing), No. 1 (1988): 169-171. Chinese translation and adaptation by Zhou Xian of "Reading and Identity" (1979a).
d "The L-Shaped Mind of Ronald Reagan: A Psychoanalytic Study." Aging and Political Leadership. Ed. Angus McIntyre. Melbourne: Oxford University Press Australia. 243-259.
e "Reading and Identity: A Psychoanalytic Revolution." Twentieth-Century Literary Theory: A Reader. Ed. Kenneth M. Newton. New York: St. Martin's. 204-209. A partial reprint of 1979a.
1987  a "Fantasy and Defense in Faulkner's `A Rose for Emily.' " Literary Theories in Praxis. Ed. Shirley F. Staton. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania Press, 1987. 294-307. Partial reprint of 1972a.
b "The Miller's Wife and the Professors: Questions About the Transactive Theory of Reading." Contexts for Criticism. Ed. Donald Keesey. Palo Alto: Mayfield Publishing Co. 155-170. Partial reprint of 1986e.
c "Hamlet--My Greatest Creation." Contexts for Criticism. Ed. Donald Keesey. Palo Alto: Mayfield Publishing Co. 171-176. Partial reprint of 1975b.
d "Wen Xue Fan Ying De Gong Xing Yu Ge Xing" (Common and Personal Traits in Literary Response). Wen Yi Li Lun Yan Jiu (Theoretical Studies of Literature and Art, Canton University), No. 3 (June 1987): 83-90. A translation and adaptation by Zhou Xian of 1984g.
e "Unidad Identidad Texto Mismo." Trans. José Yñesta. Para Leer Al Lector: Una Antologia de Teoría Literaria Post-Estructuralista. Ed. Manuel Alcides Jofré and Mónica Blanco. Santiago, Chile: Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación. 203-222. Translation of 1975e.
1986  a (with Leona Sherman) "Gothic Possibilities." Gender and Reading: Essays on Readers, Texts, and Contexts. Ed. Elizabeth A. Flynn and Patrocinio P. Schweickart. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 215-233. Reprint of 1977a.
b "Not So Little Hans: Identity and Aging." Memory and Desire: Aging - Literature - Psychoanalysis. Ed. Kathleen Woodward and Murray M. Schwartz. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 51-75.
c "Twenty-Five Years and Thirty Days." Psychoanalytic Quarterly 55: 23-52.
d "I-ing Film." Critical Inquiry 12: 654-71.
e "The Miller's Wife and the Professors: Questions about the Transactive Theory of Reading." New Literary History 17: 423-447.
f "Psychoanalyse und Film: das Kuleschow-Experiment." Phantasie und Deutung: Psychologisches Verstehen von Literatur und Film. Hrsg. von Wolfram Mauser, Ursula Renner, u. Walter Schönau. Würzburg: Königshausen u. Neumann. 282-298.
1985  a "Reading Readers Reading." Researching Response to Literature and the Teaching of Literature: Points of Departure. Ed. Charles R. Cooper. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. 3-21.
b Forum: "Literature, Psychoanalysis, and Reader Response." PMLA 100: 818-19.
1984  a "The Brain of Robert Frost." New Literary History 15: 365-385.
b "Freud, Physics, and Literature." Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis 12: 301-320.
c (with Eugene Kintgen) "Carlos Reads a Poem." College English 46: 478-91.
d (with Anthony J. Niesz) "Interactive Fiction." Critical Inquiry 11: 110-129.
e "Het L-vormige brein van Ronald Reagan." Nieuw Wereldtijdschrift September 1984: 58-65.
f "Transacting My `Good-Morrow' or, Bring Back the Vanished Critic." American Critics at Work: Examinations of Contemporary Literary Theories. Ed. Victor A. Kramer. Troy: Whitston Publishing Co. 212-225.
g "Driving in Gainesville, Florida: The Shared and the Individual in Literary Response." Hartford Studies in Literature 16: 1-15.
1983  a "Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer." The Whole English Catalogue Fall, 18-19.
b "Postmodern Psychoanalysis." Innovation/Renovation: New Perspectives on the Humanities. Ed. Ihab Hassan and Sally Hassan. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. 291-309.
c "A Summing-Up." Thoreau's Psychology: Eight Essays. Ed. Raymond D. Gozzi. New York: University Press of America. 165-187.
1982  a "Psicoanalisi Postmoderna." Intersezioni 2: 487-503.
b "Why This Is Transference, Nor Am I Out of It." Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought 5: 27-34.
c "Identità e Semiotica." Gradiva 2: 47-57.
1981  a "Literature as Transaction." What Is Literature? Ed. Paul Hernadi. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press. 242-52.
b (m. Leona Sherman) "Schauerromantische Möglichkeiten." Psychoanalyse und das Unheimliche: Essays aus der amerikanischen Literaturkritik. Hrsg. von Claire Kahane. Übersetzt von Ronald Hauser. Modern German Studies, vol. 4. Bonn: Bouvier. 71-101.
c "You, U. K. Le Guin." Future Females: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Marleen S. Barr. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State University Popular Press. 125-37.
d "Haifuntsuki amerika no jyokyo to bungaku" ("The Hyphenating of American Literature"). Haifuntsuki americanizumu (The Hyphenating of Americanism). Ed. Jukichi Suzuki and Koichi Ogawa. Tokyo: Bokutakusha. 27-58.
1980  a "Hermia's Dream." Representing Shakespeare: New Psychoanalytic Essays. Ed. Murray M. Schwartz and Coppélia Kahn. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1-20.
b "Re-Covering `The Purloined Letter': Reading as a Personal Transaction." The Reader in the Text. Ed. Susan R. Suleiman and Inge Crosman. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 350-370.
c (with Wayne Booth) "Interview: Wolfgang Iser." Diacritics June: 58-61.
d "Unity Identity Text Self." Reader-Response Criticism: From Formalism to Post-Structuralism. Ed. Jane P. Tompkins. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 118-33. Reprint of 1975e.
e "Why Ellen Laughed." Critical Inquiry 7: 345-71.
1979  a "Reading and Identity: A Psychoanalytic Revolution." Academy Forum (American Academy of Psychoanalysis) 23. 2 (Summer), 7-9.
b "Transacting My `Good-Morrow' or, Bring Back the Vanished Critic." Studies in the Literary Imagination 12: 61-79.
c "Einheit Identität Text Selbst." Psyché 33: 1127-48. German translation of 1975e.
d "Hermia's Dream." The Annual of Psychoanalysis VII. Ed. The Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. New York: International Universities Press. 369-89.
1978  a "L'interpretazione letteraria e le tre fasi della psicoanalisi." Comunità 179: 218-34. Italian translation of 1976d.
b "A Transactive Account of Transactive Criticism." Poetics 7: 177-89.
c "Human Identity." Critical Inquiry 4:451-69.
d "Literary Interpretation and Three Phases of Psychoanalysis." Psychoanalysis, Creativity, and Literature: A French-American Inquiry. Ed. Alan Roland. New York: Columbia University Press. 233-47. Reprint of 1976d.
e "What Can a Concept of Identity Add to Psycholinguistics?" Psychoanalysis and Language. Ed. Joseph H. Smith. Psychiatry and the Humanities 3. New Haven: Yale University Press. 171-234.
f "Literature as Transaction." What Is Literature? Ed. Paul Hernadi. Bloomington and London: Indiana University Press. 206-218.
g (with the members of English 692: Colloquium in Psychoanalytic Criticism) "Poem Opening: An Invitation to Transactive Criticism." College English 40: 2-16.
h "A Colloquy with Norman N. Holland." The Gypsy Scholar 5: 57-68.
i (with Leona F. Sherman) "Virtualités du gothique." Romantisme noir. Ed. Liliane Abensour and François Charras. Paris: Éditions de l'Herne. 234-43.
j "Psychanalyse et lecture." Études littéraires 11: 491-518.
k "How Can Dr. Johnson's Remarks on the Death of Cordelia Add to My Own Response?" Psychoanalysis and the Question of the Text. Selected Papers from the English Institute, 1976-77. Ed. Geoffrey H. Hartman. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press. 18-44.
1977  a (with Leona Sherman) "Gothic Possibilities." New Literary History 8: 279-294.
b "Literary Suicide: A Question of Style." Psychocultural Review 1: 285-303.
c "Literature as Transformation." Reprint of 1967b in Influx: Essays on Literary Influence. Ed. Ronald Primeau. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat. 137-153.
d "Psychanalyse et critique psychanalytique: la phase d'identité." Revue Fran&ccdel;aise d'Études Américaines 3: 29-45. French translation of 1976d.
e "Stanley Fish, Stanley Fish." Genre 10: 433-441.
f "Transactive Teaching: Cordelia's Death." College English 39: 276-285.
g Preface. The Whispered Meanings: Selected Essays of Simon O. Lesser. Ed. Robert Sprich and Richard Noland. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press. vii-viii.
h "Identity: An Interrogation at the Border of Psychology." Language and Style 10: 199-209.
1976  a "Comment and Response." College English 37: 298-299.
b "Forum." PMLA 91: 294-295.
c "Forum." PMLA 91: 921-922.
d "Literary Interpretation and Three Phases of Psychoanalysis." Critical Inquiry 3: 221-233.
e "The New Paradigm: Subjective or Transactive?" New Literary History 7: 335-346.
f "The Way of the World." Excerpt from The First Modern Comedies. Reprinted in Perspectives on Plays. Ed. Jane Lyman. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. 97-101.
g "Transactive Criticism: Re-Creation Through Identity." Criticism 18: 334-352.
h "Unità Identità Testo Se." Gradiva 1: 5-20. Italian translation of 1975e.
1975  a "An Identity for the Rat Man." International Review of Psycho-Analysis 2: 157-169.
b "Hamlet--My Greatest Creation." Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis 3: 419-427.
c "Indexing Psychological Abstracts Using Ternary-Coded Letter Fields." Indecks Newsletter 2 (Feb./March), 4-7.
d (with Murray Schwartz) "The Delphi Seminar." College English 36: 789-800.
e "Unity Identity Text Self." PMLA 90: 813-822.
1974  a "Poems in Persons." Research in the Teaching of English 8: 12-14.
b "The Ultimate Collaboration." Nimrod 19: 52-56.
1973  a "A Letter to Leonard." Hartford Studies in Litera- ture 5: 9-30.
b "A Touching of Literary and Psychiatric Education." Seminars in Psychiatry 5: 287-299.
c "Defense, Displacement and the Ego's Algebra." International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 54:247-257.
d " `English' and Identities." The CEA Critic 35: 4-11.
e "Is Shakespeare Our Contemporary?" Paper given at the first annual meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America, Washington, March 30-31; reported in The Shakespeare Newsletter 23: 30.
1972  a "Fantasy and Defense in Faulkner's `A Rose for Emily.' " Hartford Studies in Literature 4:1-35.
b "Words and Psychoanalysis: Hamlet Again." Contemporary Psychology 17: 331-332.
1971  a "Dynamics Revisited." Literature and Psychology 21: 57-60.
b "Pornography and the Mechanisms of Defense." Technical Report of the Commission on Obscenity and Pornography: Preliminary Studies. Washington, DC: Superintendent of Documents. 9 vols. 1: 115-129.
1970  a "H.D. et Freud." Études freudiennes Nos. 3-4: Septembre, 143-156.
b "Henry IV, Part Two." Reprinted from the Signet Edition in The Design Within: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Shakespeare. Ed. Melvin D. Faber. New York: Science House, 1970. 409-428.
c "Medicine Man Laing." The Nation May 11, 569-570.
d "The `Unconscious' of Literature: The Psychoanalytic Approach." Contemporary Criticism. Ed. Malcolm Bradbury and David Palmer. Stratford-Upon-Avon Studies 12. London: Edward Arnold. 130-153.
e (with Morris Carnovsky and Bernard C. Meyer) Was Falstaff an Alcoholic? New York: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals. Shakespeare and Psychiatry No. 1. A recording, 57 min.
1969  a "Freud and H.D." International Journal of Psycho- Analysis 50: 309-315. Reprinted in Freud as we knew him. Ed. Hendrik M. Ruitenbeek. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1973. 449-462.
b "H.D. and the `Blameless Physician.' " Contemporary Literature 10: 474-506. Reprinted in Freud as we knew him. Ed. Hendrik M. Ruitenbeek. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1973. 464-494.
c "The Freud-Bullitt Book: A Belated Justification." Hartford Studies in Literature 1: 136-139.
d "The Way of the World." Excerpt from The First Modern Comedies. Reprinted in Playbill, The National Theatre, London.
e "2001: A Psychosocial Explication." Hartford Studies in Literature 1: 20-25.
1968  a "Caliban's Dream." Psychoanalytic Quarterly 37: 114-125. Reprinted in The Design Within: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Shakespeare. Ed. Melvin D. Faber. New York: Science House, 1970. 522-533.
b "Prose and Minds: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Non-Fiction." The Art of Victorian Prose. Ed. George Levine and William Madden. New York: Oxford University Press. 314-337.
c "The Art of Scientific Biography." Kenyon Review 30: 702-707.
d "Why Organic Unity?" College English 30: 19-30.
1967  a "Futures: A Non-Summary of the EDUCOM Symposium on the Computer and Humanistic Studies." Computers and the Humanities 2: 57-64.
b "Meaning as Transformation: The Wife of Bath's Tale." College English 28: 279-290.
c Rev. of Wycherley's Drama: A Link in the Development of English Satire by Rose A. Zimbardo. College English 28: 334-335.
d "The `Willing Suspension of Disbelief' Revisited." Centennial Review 11: 1-23.
1966  a "Love for Love." Excerpt from The First Modern Com- edies. Reprinted in Restoration Dramatists: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Earl Miner. Twentieth-Century Views. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. 151-164.
b "Freud and Form: Fact About Fiction." Victorian Studies 10: 76-82.
c "Psychoanalytic Criticism and Perceptual Psychology." Literature and Psychology 16: 81-92.
d "Shakespeare's Mercutio and Ours." Michigan Quarterly Review 5: 115-123.
e "Style as Character: The Secret Agent." Modern Fiction Studies 11: 221-231.
f "The Country Wife." Excerpt from The First Modern Comedies. Reprinted in Restoration Drama: Modern Essays in Criticism. Ed. John Loftis. New York:Galaxy--Oxford University Press. 82-96.
1965  a "A Literary Critic's View of Heinz Hartmann's Concept of Adaptation." Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis 15: 4-9.
b "How to Enjoy Shakespeare." Technology Review 57: 28, 47.
c "Mercutio, Mine Own Son the Dentist." Essays in Honor of Shakespeare. Ed. Gordon Ross Smith. University Park and London: Pennsylvania State University Press. 3-14.
d "Psychological Depths and `Dover Beach.' " Victorian Studies, English Institute Essays Supplement to Vol. 9: 5-28.
e Rev. of Ben Jonson's Plays: An Introduction, by Robert E. Knoll. Renaissance News 18: 345-346.
f "Toward a Psychoanalysis of Poetic Form: Some Mixed Metaphors Unmixed." Literature and Psychology 15: 79-91.
1964  a "Clinical, Yes. Healthy, No." Literature and Psychology 14:121-125.
b "Freud on Shakespeare." Show 4: No. 2 (February), 86, 108.
c "Literary Value: A Psychoanalytic Approach." Literature and Psychology 14:43-55.
d "Psychology on Shakespeare, 1897-2064." Quadricentennial Issue of Shakespeare Newsletter 14: April-May. 27.
e "Recent Drama Criticism: Bathtubs in the Nose." Hudson Review 17: 619-626.
f "The Puzzling Movies: Three Analyses and a Guess at Their Appeal." Journal of Social Issues 20: 71-96.
1963  a "Fellini's 8 1/2, Holland's `11.' " Hudson Review 16: 429-436.
b "Not Having Antonioni." Hudson Review 16: 89-95.
c "Romeo's Dream and the Paradox of Literary Realism." Literature and Psychology 13: 97-104. Reprinted in The Design Within: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Shakespeare. Ed. Melvin D. Faber. New York: Science House. 41-54.
d "The Puzzling Movies: Their Appeal." Journal of the Society of Cinematologists 3: 17-28. Reprinted in Aesthetics and Criticism in Art Education: Problems in Defining, Explaining and Evaluating Art. Ed. Ralph A. Smith. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1966. 453-461. Reprinted as "Movies You Are Not Supposed to Dig" in Sight, Sound, and Society: Motion Pictures and Television in America. Ed. David Manning White and Richard Averson. Boston: Beacon, 1968. 103-114.
1962  a "Dangerous Disconnections." Hudson Review 15: 123-128.
b "Film, Metafilm and Un-Film." Hudson Review 15: 406-412.
c Introduction. Julius Caesar. Riverside Literature Series. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin.
d "Literature, the Irrational, and Professor Shumaker." Literature and Psychology 12: 51-54.
e "Shakespearean Tragedy and the Three Ways of Psychoanalytic Criticism." Hudson Review 15: 217-227. Reprinted in Psychoanalysis and Literature. Ed. Hendrik Ruitenbeek. New York: Dutton, 1964. 207-217.
1961  a "Bergman Springs Again." Hudson Review 14: 104- 111.
b "Freud and the Poet's Eye." Literature and Psychology 11: 36-45. Reprinted in Hidden Patterns: Studies in Psychoanalytic Criticism. Ed. Leonard and Eleanor Manheim. New York: Macmillan, 1966. 151-170.
c Program notes to Purcell's King Arthur; or, The British Worthy. M.I.T. Choral Society.
d "The Follies Fellini." Hudson Review 14: 424-31. Reprinted in Renaissance of the Film Ed. Julius Bellone. New York: Collier, 1970. 79-90.
e "The Next New Criticism." The Nation 22 April, 339-341. Reprinted, M.I.T. Humanities Series, No. 55.
1960  a "Freud on Shakespeare." PMLA 75: 163-173. Reprinted, M.I.T. Humanities Series, No. 47.
b "How New? How Vague?" Hudson Review 13: 270-277. Partly reprinted, The 400 Blows, A Film by Francois Truffaut. Ed. David Denby. New York: Grove, 1969. 248-249.
c "Macbeth as Hibernal Giant." Literature and Psychol- ogy 10: 37-38.
d "The `Cinna' and `Cynicke' Episodes in Julius Caesar." Shakespeare Quarterly 11: 439-444.
e "Realism and the Psychological Critic; or How Many Complexes Had Lady Macbeth?" Literature and Psychology 10: 5-8.
f "Two Films on Flesh." Hudson Review 13: 592-597.
1959  a "A Brace of Bergmans." Hudson Review 12: 570- 577.
b "Agee on Film: Reviewer Re-Viewed." Hudson Review 12: 148-151.
c "Hobbling with Horatio [Alger], or the Uses of Literature." Hudson Review 12: 549-557. Reprinted in Prose Current. Ed. Edgar Whan. Boston: Heath, 1962. 159-166.
d "Measure for Measure: The Duke and The Prince." Comparative Literature 11: 16-20. Reprinted, M.I.T. Humanities Series, No. 44.
e "Psychiatry in Pselluloid." Atlantic February: 105-107.
f "Rheum at the Top." Hudson Review 12: 416-420.
g "The Good Bad Movie." Atlantic January: 90-91. Reprinted in World-Wide Essays. Ed. Jay E. Greene and Murray Bromberg. New York: Globe, 1963. 183-187.
h "The Seventh Seal: The Film as Iconography." Hudson Review 12: 266-270. Reprinted in Renaissance of the Film. Ed. Julius Bellone. New York: Collier, 1970. 232-240.
1958  a "Aristotle for Film-Makers." Films in Review 9: 324-328.
b "Kafka's `Metamorphosis': Realism and Unrealism." Modern Fiction Studies 4:143-150. Reprinted, M.I.T. Humanities Series, No. 34.
c "The Dumb-Show Revisited." Notes and Queries 5 NS: 191.
1956  a "The Laughter of Laurence Sterne." Hudson Review 9: 422-30. Reprinted, M. I. T. Humanities Series, No. 27.
b " `Cuckold' or `Counsellor' in Twelfth Night I.v.56." Shakepeare Quarterly 8: 127-129.
c " `Do' or `Die' in `Measure for Measure,' I.iii.43." Notes and Queries 4 NS: 52.
d "Ich Am of Irlaunde." The Explicator 15: note 55.
e "Restoration Comedy Again." Essays in Criticism 7: 319-322.
1955  a "The Sparrow" (poem). Hudson Review 8: 407.
1954  a "Jude the Obscure: Hardy's Symbolic Indictment of Christianity." Nineteenth Century Fiction 9: 50-60.

Work in Press:

a "Brains and Reading." For a special issue of Reader to be edited by Willi Van Peer. Given at MLA 1995.
b "Holism and Today's Psychoanalysis." To appear in the Proceedings of the William Alanson White Institute Conference, "Building Bridges," November 8-9, 1997.
c "Psychoanalytic Listening," to appear in a collection edited by Michael Szollosy for SUNY Press.
d "Where is a Text?," to appear in New Literary History.

Work in Progress:

    "Huston's Freud." "Vertigo and Me." Persona and Me." The Seventh Seal and Me." " and Me". "Les Enfants du Paradis." "Shakespeare in Love." "Casablanca: America's and Mine." These are the eight chapters of a book of reader-response and psychoanalytic essays on film, which I am currently submitting to publishers. I believe it is the first reader-response study of film.

    I am also writing articles on the relation of holistic methods to the scientific status of psychoanalysis and of neuroscience to the theory of reader-response criticism.

    I spend much of my time directing the PSYART online discussion group with some 875 subscribers from 41 countries and on editing PSYART, the online journal for the psychology of the arts. The site is at: http://www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/psyart/journal. We published nine articles in calendar 1998, ten in 1999, fourteen in 2000, and we currently have three more in process.

Books (and their translations):

(You can also get more detailed descriptions of these books.)

The First Modern Comedies: The Significance of Etherege, Wycherley, and Congreve. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1959. Bloomington: Midland--Indiana University Press, 1967.

The Shakespearean Imagination. New York: Macmillan, 1964. Bloomington: Midland--Indiana University Press, 1968.

Psychoanalysis and Shakespeare. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1966. New York: Octagon Books, 1976.

The Dynamics of Literary Response. New York and London: Oxford University Press, 1968. New York: Norton, 1975. New York: Morningside--Columbia University Press, 1989.

La dinamica della risposta letteraria. Trans. Fernando Villa. Rev. Gabriella Fenocchia. Bologna: Il Mulino, 1986. Introduzione all'edizione italiana di Vanna Gentili.

Wen Xue Fan Ying Dong Lie Xue. Trans. Pan Guoqing. Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publishing House, 1991.

Poems in Persons: An Introduction to the Psychoanalysis of Literature. New York: Norton, 1973. New York: Norton, 1975. New York: Morningside--Columbia University Press, 1989.

5 Readers Reading. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1975.

Laughing: A Psychology of Humor. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1982.

Xiao. Trans. Pan Guoqing. Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publishing House, 1991.

The I. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1985.

The Brain of Robert Frost: A Cognitive Approach to Literature. New York and London: Routledge, Chapman, and Hall, 1988.

Holland's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology. New York and London: Oxford University Press, 1990.

The Critical I. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992.

Death in a Delphi Seminar: A Postmodern Mystery. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995.

Hou Xian Dai Jing Shen Fen Xi. Postmodern Psychoanalysis: Essays by Norman N. Holland. Trans. Guoqing Pan. Shanghai: Shanghai Arts Publishing House, 1995.

Poems in Persons, revised edn. Christchurch, N.Z.: Cybereditions, September 15, 2000. Available .

Meeting Movies. Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2006.


Textbooks, Editions, and the like:

Editor: Hamlet. Adventures in English Literature. Vol. 2. Ed. J. B. Priestley, Josephine Spear, and Norman N. Holland. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1963. 103-249. Reprinted in Five World Plays. Ed. V. Louise Higgins and Walter Kerr. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1964.

Programmed instruction texts:

Romeo and Juliet: A Close Reading. In Steps to Better Reading, Book 3. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1964. 198-234.

Julius Caesar: A Close Reading. In Steps to Reading Literature, Book 1. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1964. 101-150.

Sonnet 73: A Close Reading. In Steps to Reading Literature, Book 3. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1964. 11-39.

Macbeth: A Close Reading. In Steps to Reading Literature, Book 3. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1964. 41-115.

General Editor: Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III. The American Shakespeare Festival Edition. New York: Avon Books, 1964.

Editor: Henry IV, Part Two. The Signet Classic Shakespeare. New York: New American Library, 1965.

The Psychoanalytic Study of Literature. A self-teaching module published by the State University of New York. Module No. 9-140. Educational Materials Distribution Center, Empire State College, Box 88, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. 1976.

A Reader's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology. Published by the Institute for the Psychological Study of the Arts, University of Florida (Turlington 4221, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611). 1988.

Shakespeare's Personality. Edited with Sidney Homan and Bernard Paris. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990.


Television and Radio:

The Film Critic, 15 minutes weekly. WGBH-TV, Boston. June 1957 through June 1959.

The Shakespearean Imagination, 30 minutes weekly. WGBH-TV, Boston. October 1960 through May 1961. A television course-for-credit for the Commission on Extension Courses, Harvard University. The program was videotaped and purchased by the National Educational Television Network, but the tapes were lost in a fire that destroyed the entire station.

Various sporadic appearances since 1961 with A. L. Rowse, Fritz Weaver, Basil Rathbone, Margaret Leighton, Alan Drinnan, and others.

Discussion of Frederic Wiseman's Meat. WNED-TV, Buffalo. 10 October 1976.

Appearance on Canadian Broadcasting Co. radio series Ideas. Host: Marilyn Powell. 15 January 1977.

Interview on Soundings (with Wayne Pond) from the National Humanities Center, aired July 14 1996.

Computer Software:

(with Laura Keyes) The Keyes Key. Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts (University of Florida), 1988. (A database for searching, counting, displaying family relationships in Shakespeare's works.)

I am the "listowner" of PSYART, the e-mail list-conference on literature-and-psychology, attached to the the Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts, University of Florida, and I maintain our homepage: http://nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu/ipsa.

I am the editor-in-chief of PSYART: An Online Journal for the Psychology of the Arts, which I started in 1997. It is (by definition!) available online.

Would you like to email me?