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Freud's Jaw and Other Lost Objects
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS LIST OF FIGURES INTRODUCTION Psychoanalysis and the Cancerous Object Psychoanalysis and Death Key Psychoanalytic Concepts Psychic Life of Objects Methodologies: Psychoanalysis and Pathography Overview of Chapters I PROSTHETIC OBJECTS: ON SIGMUND FREUD'S AMBIVALENT ATTACHMENTS The Prosthetic Contest Between Human and Nonhuman The Prosthetic Condition as Technological Predicament The Prosthetic as Psychic Object A Narcoanalysis of Freud's Illness Cancer as Not-Death His Living Prostheses II KEEN FOR THE FIRST OBJECT: A KLEINIAN READING OF AUDRE LORDE'S LIFE WRITING The Breast as Psychic Object The Breast as Political Object Objectification and Object Relations Orality: Creation and Destruction, Parts and Wholes The Breast as Fetish Object Mourning the Lost Object III OBJECT-LOVE IN THE LATER WRITINGS OF EVE KOSOFSKY SEDGWICK A Public Discourse of Love Love as Comic Instruction Sedgwick's Forms of Love Object-Use, Object-Love Bad Pedagogy/Good Pedagogy "Let Another Finish the Poem ..." IV REPARATIVE OBJECTS IN THE FREUDIAN ARCHIVES The Museum as Creative Construction Remedy and Re-animation at the Freud Museum, London The Life and Death of Objects Melancholia and Reparation at the Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna Fetishism of the Lost Object CONCLUSION: LAST OBJECTS BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX

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Lana Lin is Associate Professor in the School of Media Studies at The New School, New York.

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Lana Lin's Freud's Jaw and Other Lost Objects is at once searingly beautiful, analytically searching and technically clarifying. The case is cancer, the main object is the breast, and through Freud, Lorde, and Sedgwick Lin elaborates a 'subjectivity of survival.' She tells a story of how these authors died in their own fashion, processing the invasiveness and strange freedom of becoming an object in illness. She also sees their modes of identification, and her own, as a kind of reparative teaching in the middle of crisis. Lin's work with her authors, plus Melanie Klein, W.R. Bion, and D. W. Winnicott, makes this book important for any scholar of affect and embodiment. But general readers of illness memoir will also find a richness of description that will allow them to feel held in the volatile, rich, and searching space illness can become. -- -Lauren Berlant * George M. Pullman Distinguished Service Professor at The University of Chicago *
Freud's Jaw and Other Lost Object sends with a riling and bold assertion of the need for us to embrace disunity and to build a 'collaborative project of survival' that allows us to prepare for an ever-more unpredictable future. * The British Society for Literature and Science *

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