Volume 20 (2016)

All is not Gold: Fatherhood and Identity in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
by Daniel Thomières — February 18

“I Fly, Though Lacking Feathers, with Your Wings”: Why Are Michelangelo’s Angels Wingless?
by Moshe Arkin — February 18

Henry James’s Portrait of Evil: A Study in Narcissistic Rage
by Frank G. Novak, Jr. — February 18

Toward a Psychological History of Philosophy: Kant’s Dreams of a Spirit-Seer (Träume eines Geistersehers, erläutert durch Träume der Metaphysik, 1766)
by Laurie Johnson — February 18

Mourning and Melancholia in E.L. Doctorow’s The Book of Daniel
by Andrew Gordon — February 18

Sookie and Symptom, Vampire and Void: Irruption of the Real in True Blood
by Matt Bennett — February 18

The Polyxena Pattern
by Jeffrey Weiner — April 11

As You Like It: A Dream Play
By Laura B. Vogel, Richard C. Friedman, and Edwina J. Cruise — May 22

Home and the Superego:  The Risky Business of Being Home Alone
By Andrew M. Gordon and Hernán Vera — June 7

“A Fun-Loving Girl with a Zest for Life:” Sex, Death, and Punishment in Lake Mungo
By Rick Moody — June 7

Landscape Descriptions and Emotional Qualities: Cognitive and Neurological Correlates
By Reuven Tsur — July 5

Reading the Letter in the Pocket: Dissemination and Insemination in Kafka’s “The Judgment”
By Hivren Demir-Atay — July 5

How I was betrayed by the ego: a reading of Inhibitions, symptoms and anxiety.
By Robert Silhol — July 15

The Other Side of Hospitality—Through a Japanese Folktale—
By Namiko Haruki — August 8