34.2 Writing the Mind

Forthcoming: FRAME 34.2 “Writing the Mind” (December 2021)

This issue examines the ways in which literature can represent the mind and its different manifestations in all its complexity. This issue aims to add and democratise understandings of the human psyche. It includes, amongst other topics, articles on comics and life-writing and features a range of case-studies.

Main articles

Kelly van der Meulen & Kees Müller | Foreword
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Ben Screech | ‘I’m Full of Gaps’: Depression in Florian Zeller’s The Son
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Marybeth Ragsdale-Richards | Matrifocal (Dis)ease and (Re)membering in Amy Kurzweil’s Flying Couch
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Masterclass

Maico Mariën | Drawing the Mind: Breaking the Discourse on Mental Health
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Julia Neugarten | Brittle: Re-thinking Narratives of Disordered Eating through Fanfiction
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Miscellaneous

Kelly van der Meulen & Kees Müller | A Conversation with Anna Poletti
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Vincenzo di Mino | Review: Omnicide: Mania, Fatality, and the Future-in-Deliriums
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Vincenzo di Mino | Review: Postcapitalist Desire
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