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Psychoanalytic criticism focuses on literature as an expression of the inner workings of the human mind. Freud is viewed as the first psychoanalytic critic and used the same techniques for interpreting dreams to interpret literature. Jacques Lacan argued that the essential alienating experience of the human psyche is the acquisition of language.
Archetypal patterns in poetry; psychological studies of imagination by Bodkin, Maud.
Call Number: PN1031 .B63 1963
Freud and the humanities by Horden, Peregrine.
Call Number: BF173.F85 F725 1985
Freud: a critical re-evaluation of his theories by Fine, Reuben
Call Number: BF173.F85 F5
Psychoanalysis and the question of the text by Hartman, Geoffrey H.
Call Number: BF175 .E53 1978
The (M)other Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation by Gardner, Shirley N. (ed.)