Reference librarians in many public and academic libraries will find Psychocriticism an exceedingly useful finding aid. . . . Annotations are excellent and are worth reading apart from particular literary investigations, i.e., as revelations of the many ways in which psychology and art illumine each other. Besides cross references, there are efficient Subject and Author Indexes: the former focuses on topics, e.g., sex roles, as well as literary figures whose works are treated; the latter cites authors of secondary works.
Joseph P Natoli is a retired college professor and author of numerous books on culture and politics.
He is a member of the editorial collective of BAD SUBJECTS, the oldest political online magazine on the web.
He writes regularly for a number of political and pop culture online magazines, including SENSES OF CINEMA, BRIGHT LIGHTS FILM JOURNAL, POPMATTERS, AMERICANA, DANDELION SALAD, GODOT, TRUTHOUT
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