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About the Author
John E. Gedo, M.D., retired in 1990 as Training and Supervising Analyst, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. He is the author of numerous books for Analytic Press, including The Biology of Clinical Encounters (1991) and The Mind in Disorder (1998).
Table of ContentsIntroduction, Gay I. Psychoanalytic Studies of Creativity: A Retrospect 1. Biographical Studies 2. Studies of Aesthetics and Creativity II. Clinical Studies 3. Creative Paralysis: The Captivity of Idleness 4. Barefoot and Pregnant: The Dilemma of the Woman Artist 5. Spared by the Fire from Heaven 6. The Psychology of Genius Revisited III. Historical Studies 7. On van Gogh, Picasso, and the Dynamics of Creativity 8. Creativity and Psychopathology: van Gogh and Gauguin as Prototypes 9. Terribilita: The Paranoid Monster as Creative Genius 10. On the Lamentations of Doctor Faustus IV. Creativity as Prophecy 11. Sigmund Freud and the Socratic Tradition 12. A Promise of Magic 13. Magna Est Vis Veritatis Tuae Et Praevalebit 14. The Air Trembles, for Demi-Gods Draw Near Epilogue: The Artist in the Age of Mass Culture: Prophet in the Wilderness