Category Archives: psychoanalysis


Look what’s new at Bookslut this month: This month we introduce two new columns: Culinaria Bookslut, which is pretty much what it sounds like; and PsychoSlut, which hopefully is not. . . . And in PsychoSlut, Jason B. Jones, also … Continue reading

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Odd things people say about psychoanalysis as if they were self-evident

First in an occasional series. In this week’s New Yorker, David Denby has a feature-length article on the “slacker-striver romance,” or movies that feature a male slacker and an ambitious woman who’s out of his league. While leaving the film … Continue reading

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