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For Midnight's Children
AS TWENTY-FIRST century juggernauts of globalization and technology ride roughshod over regional cultures, there is a risk that precious legacies—oral, visual, and dramatic—are being lost. How willExpand
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Inside Picture Books
"Inside Picture Books" raises the question of whether our childhood experiences of picture books can actually be profound enough to shape our adult lives. This book should be of interest to teachers,Expand
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Writing in.
  • E. Spitz
  • Medicine
  • Psychoanalytic review
  • 1998
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Picturing the child's inner world of fantasy. On the dialetic between image and word.
  • E. Spitz
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Psychoanalytic study of the child
  • 1988
ISSN: 0079-7308 (Print) 2474-3356 (Online) Journal homepage: https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/upsc20 Picturing the Child's Inner World of Fantasy Ellen Handler Spitz To cite this article: EllenExpand
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Anaphylactic reaction to gonadotropin-releasing hormone.
To the Editor: Anaphylactic reactions in patients receiving pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) are rare.1 We describe a patient who had such a reaction when given GnRH intravenouslyExpand
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The past of Illusion: A Contribution of Child Psychoanalysis to the Understanding of Aesthetic Experience
The fundamental question underlying my inquiry in this paper is whether and how psychoanalysis can contribute to our understanding of the aesthetic experience. By the term "aesthetic experience" IExpand
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Art as Play?: The Digital and the Surreal
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Clytemnestra at the Mall: A Plea for More Improvisational Pedagogy in the Arts
Let’s imagine a young professor who receives a poor review of her teaching because she fails, when observed, to complete what she had initially set out to accomplish in the specific class meetingExpand
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