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  • Welcome to Issue 37 of The Letter, Irish Journal for Lacanian Psychoanalysis.


    Excerpt from the Editorial:


    "This Summer issue of The Letter brings to the reader an exciting manifold of writings. We are delighted to be able to publish three further articles originally presented at the Joyce-Lacan Symposium held at Dublin Castle in June last year.


    In his article, Rolando Karothy explores the meeting points between the psychoanalyst and the writer and between psychoanalysis and writing. Led to consider an interesting correspondence between Joyce and Lacan, Oscar Zentner ponders the subversion produced by the Joyce effect as affecting Lacan’s theoretical tenets and ultimately psychoanalysis. There was only one woman for Joyce, Lacan says. In her piece, Colette Soler variously analyses the position of Nora for Joyce – as ‘luggage’, as “useless”, and as ‘fitting him like a glove’ before reaching her own conclusion about the woman who did not participate in Joyce’s phallic standard.


    We are very pleased to publish a second article by Andrew Lewis. The reader may recall Andrew’s piece Models of Temporality in Psychoanalysis published in issue 31 of the journal. This time Andrew writes about the presentation of psychoanalytic case histories by the Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis."


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    Issue 37 - Summer 2006

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