I N D E X
Abel, Elizabeth, 239
Abject(ion): in Barnes, Djuna, 16, 307, 332,
333, 342; of the Negro, 360; in One way to
heaven (Cullen), 379
Abraham, Karl: concern for object, 30; and
daementia precox, 23; on depressive mecha-
nism, 121, 123; and developmental stages,
29; and female homosexuality, 72, 74;
and Freud, 23–27; incorporation phan-
tasy of, 26; influence of, on Klein, 29, 31–
32, 55; on instinct in introjection, 33; on
manic-depressive disorders, 28; on mel-
ancholia, 4, 24–31, 41, 42–43, 131; on
mourning vs. melancholia, 29; and
‘‘object-love,’’ 29–30; and spatiality, 31
Abraham, Nicholas and Torok, Maria: and
assimilation, 37; cadavre exquis, 37; on
childbirth, 334; critique of, on Klein,
35–38; on endocryptic identification,
36, 38; on Ferenczi, 37; and incorpora-
tion, 38; on introjection, 35–38, 170; on
Kleinian pan-fantasism, 37; and psychic
tomb, 38
Abstraction, visual, 198
Acedia, melancholic, 194
Adler, Joseph, 138
Aesthetic(s): fin de siècle, 206; left and right,
200; theory (Kleinian), 178–80. See also
Form: aesthetic
Aggression: and anxiety, 58, 64; externaliza-
tion, 138; fusion of libido with, 133; and
modernist texts, 18
aids, 152, 392
Alford, C. Fred, 180
Allen, Carolyn, 321, 438 nn.28, 29
Althusser, Louis, 122, 371, 390, 395 n.5
Anatomy of Melancholy (Burton), 324
Anderson, Margaret, 208
Anderson, Perry, 200
Animism, 280
Anomie, social, 418 n.1
Anxiety(ies): and aggression, 58, 64; castra-
tion, 234; and combined parent figure,
134; and cultures of the death drive, 266;
and death drive, 5; depressive, 89, 143,
147; gender, 16–17; and modernism, 10;
neurotic, 144; objective, 144; oral (Hei-
mann), 266; own body, 134; paranoid,
147, 238, 249, 267; persecutory, 89, 140,
143; and prohibited desire, 5; reproduc-
tion, 342; and separation, 234, 256; situa-
tions, 70, 74, 98; and superego, 67
Aphanisis, 73, 74
Aron, Lewis, 96–97
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