Telling Tales: The Hysteric's Seduction in Fiction and Theory

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Index
In this index "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and "ff " indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of numbers. Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence.
Abraham, Nicolas, 212.n
AimU+00E9e ( Lacan's case of), 67-81
Althusser, Louis, 16n
Anna O (case of), 59
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 231-32n, 245n
Balmary, Marie, 12-13, 45ff
Barthes, Roland, 270
"Becoming woman," see Masquerade; Woman
Belsey, Catherine, 227
Blanchot, Maurice, 1, 20, 205-6
Bloom, Harold, 58n, 91n, 199n
Body, 165, 178n, 186-90, 266; disap-
pearance of, 126-17, 193-94, 200, 217f. See also Theory; Woman
Braudy, Leo, 83n, 131n, 141n
Breuer, Joseph, 59-60
Brooks, Peter, 202n, 207, 211n
Bruccoli, Matthew, 237n, 243, 248n, 25l, 268n
Callahan, John E., 259n, 270
Castle, Terry, 93-95, 107-8, 111n, 123n, 127-28, 135n, 142n, 145n, 149
Castration, 157-61, 280; masculine responses to; 15, 56, 77, 127, 128- 29, 166, 183, 186; theories of, 34, 77, 104, 129, 171, 183, 247-48, 260; feminine responses to, 55-56, 157, 159, 185f, 264. See also Derrida, Jacques; Feminization; Plato
Chase, Cynthia, in, 53n
Chiasmus, 5, 134, 220, 249
Cixous, HU+00E91U+00E8ne, 83, 90, 185-86n, 191, 194, 230; Newly Born Woman, 2, 128n, 143n, 148
Clément, Catherine, 50, 83, 90, 126-27, 142-43, 279; The Lives and Legends of Jacques Lacan, 15n, 72-79 passim, 163-64n; history of seduction, 24n, 34n, 106-7n
Copy, 48, 79, 103, 213-14, 254. See also Dickens, Charles: Bleak House; Fitzgerald, E. Scott: Tender Is the Night
Cowley, Malcolm, 232f, 237n, 244, 260
Cross-dressing, see Masquerade
Daughters, 6-7, 11; in Clarissa, 134, 137-38, 142; in Bleak House, 192, 194, 199, 213, 222; in Tender Is the Night, 232f, 24l-46 passim, 258- 60, 269-70, 275. See also Hysterics; Perverts
Deen, Leonard, 223
De Lauretis, Teresa: Alice Doesn't, 2n, 16n, 96, 112, 114, 116, 122, 259-60; "Technology of Gender," 16n, 189n, 192, 194-95, 215
Derrida, Jacques, 12-13, 15, 32, 117- 18, 152n, 196ff, 247n; Spurs, 15, 32, 157, 163, 167, 171-77 passim, 183- 87, 189, 234n; "Plato's Pharmacy," 15, 64, 166n, 16g-74, 177ff, 191-95

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • A Note to the Reader xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One Seduction and Psychoanalysis 19
  • Epilogue 65
  • Interlude: "Between the Acts" 67
  • Chapter Two Clarissa's "Life with Father" 90
  • Interlude: A Spurious Set (Up) 157
  • Chapter Three Rereading Bleak House: the Chronicle Of A "Little Body" and Its Perverse Defense 191
  • Chapter Four Translation, Transference, and Other "Tender in the Night" 230
  • Epilogue 279
  • Reference Matter 281
  • Works Cited 283
  • Index 293
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