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The embodied female [electronic resource] / edited by Alcira Mariam Alizade.

Publication:
London : Karnac Books, 2002.
Series:
Psychoanalysis & women series.
Psychoanalysis & women series
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (153 p.)
Subjects:
Women and psychoanalysis.
Body image in women.
Human biology.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
This is the first volume in a unique series arising out of the Committee on Women and Psychoanalysis. This volume presents a collection of highly original and insightful essays broadly concerned with the study of the psychic corollaries of women's physical experience.
Contents:
COVER; FOREWORD; CONTRIBUTORS; CHAPTER ONE: Psychoanalysis of a female homosexual; CHAPTER TWO: The everlasting orgasm; CHAPTER THREE: The fluidity of the female universe and its psychic consequences; CHAPTER FOUR: Negotiating the antagonism between feminine and maternal spheres; CHAPTER FIVE: Eggs between women-emotional aspects of gamete donation in reproductive technology; CHAPTER SIX: Strangebody; CHAPTER SEVEN: The analyst as reluctant spectator: working with womei obsessed with body narcissism; CHAPTER EIGHT: The female body has its reasons-but its reasons have a female body
CHAPTER NINE: The challenges and options of menopauseCHAPTER TEN: Baubo: rediscovering woman's pleasures; CHAPTER ELEVEN: The hidden chamber-a case of fused minor labia; REFERENCES
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
International Psycho-Analytical Association. Committee on Women and Psychoanalysis.
Alizade, Alcira Mariam.
ISBN:
0-429-48158-6
1-283-24860-3
9786613248602
1-84940-332-5
OCLC:
748242001
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