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Introduction -- The literary gender debates and their relation to the unconscious -- "It is unaccountable": anxiety and the cause of desire in Pride and Prejudice -- Dead faith and contraband goods: Joanna Southcott and the logic of sexuation -- Brotherly love and two masquerades in Mary Robinson's Walsingham -- Masochism and psychoanalysis in Zofloya, or the Moor -- Percy Bysshe Shelley's Zastrozzi and the psychoanalytic act -- Conclusion: Woman: as she is, and as she should be -- Notes -- Index.