Literature and Psychoanalysis

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Notes on Contributors

WILLIAM BARRETT was an editor of Partisan Review from 1945 to 1952. His latest book is The Truants.

LEO BERSANI is a professor of French at the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of A Future for Astyanax/Character and Desire in Literature; Baudelaire and Freud; and The Death of Stéphane Mallarmé.

ELIZABETH DALTON teaches at Barnard College. She is the author of Unconscious Structure in "The Idiot."

GILLES DELEUZE is a professor of philosophy at the University of Paris (Vincennes) and he has published numerous works, including studies of Nietzsche, Kant, and Spinoza. He has also written on subjects ranging from sadomasochism to the logic of meaning.

SERGE DOUBROVSKY is a professor of French at New York University. His published works include Pourquoi la nouvelle critique, Les Jours S, and Corneille et dialectique du béros.

WILLIAM EMPSON, the English critic and poet, is the author of Some Versions of Pastoral, and Seven Types of Ambiguity, a classic of modern literary criticism.

RENé GIRARD is in the Department of French and Italian at Stanford University. His books include: Deceit, Desire and the Novel; Violence and the Sacred; To Double Business Bound, and Le Bouc Emissaire.

JAN ELLEN GOLDSTEIN is an historian at the University of Chicago.

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