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Part I. Speaking Pain: Women, Psychoanalysis, and Writing
1. The Healing Effects of Writing about Pain: Literature and Psychoanalysis
2. Violating the Sanctuary/Asylum: Freudian Treatment of Hysteria in "Dora" and "The Yellow Wallpaper"
3. Breaking the Code of Silence: Ideology and Women's Confessional Poetry
4. Fathering Daughters: Oedipal Rage and Aggression in Women's Writing
Part II. Soul-making: Conflict and the Construction of Identity
5. Carving the Mask of Language: Self and Otherness in Dramatic Monologues
6. Giotto's Invisible Sheep: Lacanian Mirroring and Modeling in Walcott's Another Life
7. Rescuing Psyche: Keats's Containment of the Beloved but Fading Woman in the "Ode to Psyche"
8. God Don't Like Ugly: Michael S. Harper's Soul-Making Music
9. Kenyon's Melancholic Vision in "Let Evening Come"
Part III. Healing Pain: Acts of Therapeutic Writing
10. Using the Psychoanalytic Process in Creative Writing Classes
11. Rewriting the Subject: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Creative Writing and Composition Pedagogy
12. "To Bedlam and Almost All the Way Back": The Image and Function of the Institution in Confessional Poetry
13. Asylum: A Personal Essay
14. Signifying Pain: Recovery and Beyond