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How James Joyce Made His Name: A Reading of the Final Lacan

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In this lucid and compelling analysis of Lacan's twenty-third seminar, “Le Sinthome,” Roberto Harari points to new psychoanalytic pathways that lead beyond Freudian oedipal dynamics.

Lacan's seminar measures the boundaries between creativity and neurosis. We learn how poetry and wordplay may offer alternatives to neurotic pain and even psychotic delusions, with Joyce as our subject.

This new translation makes the intricacies of Lacan's seminar available to the English-speaking world for the first time. The author's accessible, vigorous prose explains the nuances of Lacanian theory with perfect clarity.

In the extraordinary encounter between Lacan and Joyce, Harari reveals unexpected affinities between them both as theorists and writers. It illustrates how literature is the aesthetic domain that is closest to the analytic experience.

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Argentine psychoanalyst Harari analyzes Lacan's twenty-third seminar, "The Synthome," which measures the boundaries between creativity and neurosis. In it, Lacan uses the writing of James Joyce as an example of how poetry and wordplay may offer alternatives to neurotic pain and even psychotic delusions. The text was originally published in 1995 in Spanish as Translated by Luke Thurston. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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In this lucid and compelling analysis of Lacans 23rd seminar, The Synthome, author Harari points to a new psychoanalytic pathway that leads beyond Freudian oedipal dynamics.

About the Author

Roberto Harari, Ph.D.

Roberto Harari, Ph.D., has been a psychoanalyst in Buenos Aires since 1965. He is a charter member and former President of Mayica-Institucisicoanalca. Since 1986, he has directed the Freud-Lacan Collection in Ediciones Nueva Visi. Harari has published more than 200 articles in international magazines, and is the author of sixteen books. Several have been translated into French and Portuguese.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781892746511
Translator:
Thurston, Luke
Author:
Thurston, Luke
Author:
Harari, Roberto
Publisher:
Other Press (NY)
Location:
New York
Subject:
General
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
Joyce, James
Subject:
Lacan, Jacques
Subject:
Psychoanalysis
Subject:
Biography-Literary
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Contemporary theory
Series Volume:
no. 8370
Publication Date:
20020731
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
392
Dimensions:
8.53x5.62x.87 in. .98 lbs.

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