Psychoanalysis and Literature - Early Infancy, Early Attachment: Wuthering Heights

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Juliet Mitchell will discuss what we can learn from applying psychoanalytic principles to Emily Brontë's classic text, Wuthering Heights. Join us at Bloomsbury House for this fascinating presentation and Q&A session with the audience. This lecture is the first in our Literature & Psychoanalysis series.

Juliet Mitchell

Juliet Mitchell is the author of groundbreaking psychoanalytic text, Psychoanalysis and Feminism. Having worked in private practice from the 1970s until her retirement in 2008, she is now Professorial Research Associate in the Psychoanalysis Unit at UCL, where she founded the M/Phil and PhD programme. Her current research is focused on sibling releationships.

Juliet Mitchell will discuss what we can learn from applying psychoanalytic principles to Emily Brontë's classic text, Wuthering Heights. Join us at Bloomsbury House for this fascinating presentation and Q&A session with the audience. This lecture is the first in our Literature & Psychoanalysis series. Juliet Mitchell Juliet Mitchell is the author of groundbreaking psychoanalytic text, Psychoanalysis and Feminism. Having worked in private practice from the 1970s until her retirement in 2008, she is now Professorial Research Associate in the Psychoanalysis Unit at UCL, where she founded the M/Phil and PhD programme. Her current research is focused on sibling releationships.