This is the bibliography for an essay on Freud’s Uncanny I wrote for an MA Cultural Studies course back in 1999.  The essay can be found here – but it’s not for the faint hearted. I wrote it, but after all this time I don’t understand much of it!  Anyway, this is for hard-core uncannyists.

Cixous, H, “Fiction and Its Phantoms: A Reading of Freud’s Das Unheimlich”, New Literary History 7, Spring 1976 pp 525 – 548

Derrida, J, “The Double Session”, in Dissemination, London, 1981

Fletcher, “Marx the Uncanny? Ghosts and their relation to the mode of production”, Radical Philosophy 75, Jan/Feb 1996, pp 31 – 37

Freud, S, The Uncanny, Art and Literature, Penguin Freud Library Vol 14, London, 1985

Hertz, N, “Freud and the Sandman”, in Harari, J V (ed), Textual Strategies; Perspectives in Post-Structural Criticism, Ithaca, 1979 pp 296 – 321

Hillis Miller, J, “Wuthering Heights Repetition and the Uncanny”, in Peterson, L H, (ed), Wuthering Heights: Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism, London, 1992

Hoffman, E T A, “The Sand Man”, in Kent, L J and Knight, E C (ed and tr),  Selected Writings of E T A Hoffman, Vol 1, Chicago and London, 1969

Lacan, J, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis, London, 1994

Lichtenberg-Ettinger, The Matrixial Gaze, Leeds, 1995

Miller, A H, “Prosecuting Arguments: The Uncanny and Cynicism in Cultural History”, Cultural Critique, Winter 1994-95, pp 163 – 182

Vidler, A, The Architectural Uncanny”, Essays in the Modern Unhomely, London, 1992

Weber, S, “The Sideshow, or: Remarks on a Canny Moment”, Modern Language Notes 88, 1973, pp 1102 -1133

Williams, L R, Critical Desire: Psychoanalysis and the Literary Subject, London, 1995

Wigley, M, “The Domestication of the House: Deconstruction after Architecture”, in Brunette P and Wills D (eds), Deconstruction and the Visual Arts: Art, Media, Architecture, Cambridge, 1994