First published in 2007. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"It is by far the best treatment of the literary Freud available, and should be widely read and used, both by scholars and students of literature and of psychoanalysis." -- Harold Bloom, Yale University
"A striking, innovative, brilliant work that will strongly influence future discussion in Freud studies." -- David Mikics, University of Houston
Textual Note. Preface 1. A Reception History 2. 'Sensations' and 'Ideas' 3. Psychoanalysis and Aestheticism 4. A Supplement to the History of Modernism and Psychoanalysis 5. Strachey the Apostle 6. Freud and Foucault 7. Representation and Resistance in Mansfield, James, and Hardy 8. Biography and Literary History 9. The Ontology of the Pornographic Image 10. Freud, Bakhtin, Shakespeare Works Cited. Index