1.  1977.  Daniel Laferrière.  Five Russian Poems: Exercises in a Theory of Poetry. Transworld Publishers, Englewood, New Jersey.  With a foreword by Victor Terras.  xv, 154 pp.

2.  1978.  _______________.  Sign and Subject: Semiotic and Psychoanalytic Investigations Into Poetry. Peter de Ridder Press, Lisse, The Netherlands. Volume 14 of the series Studies in Semiotics.  103 pp.

3.  1981.  Daniel Rancour-Laferriere and Karl Menges, co-editors.  AXIA: Davis Symposium on Literary Evaluation.  Akademischer Verlag Hans-Dieter Heinz, Stuttgart.  Volume 94 of the series Stuttgarter Arbeiten zur Germanistik.  130 pp.

4.  1982.  Daniel Rancour-Laferriere.  Out From Under Gogol's Overcoat: A Psychoanalytic Study.  Ardis Publishers, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 251 pp.

5.  1985.  _______________.  Signs of the Flesh: An Essay on the Evolution of Hominid Sexuality.  Mouton de Gruyter Publishers, Berlin.  x, 473 pp.  Reprinted by Indiana University Press, 1992.

6.  1988.  _______________.  The Mind of Stalin: A Psychoanalytic Study.  Ardis Publishers, Ann Arbor, Michigan.  161 pp.

7.  1989.  _______________.  Editor.  Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.  x, 485 pp.

8.  1992.  _______________.  Signs of the Flesh:  An Essay on the Evolution of Hominid Sexuality.  Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.  x, 473 pp.  (Paperback reprint of item #5 above.)

9.  1993.  _______________.  Tolstoy's Pierre Bezukhov:  A Psychoanalytic Study.  Bristol Classical Press, London, xi, 257 pp.

10.  1994.  _______________, Editor.  Self-Analysis in Literary Study.  New York University Press, New York, xiii, 213 pp.

11.  1995.  _______________.  The Slave Soul of Russia:  Moral Masochism and the Cult of Suffering.  New York University Press, New York, xii, 330 pp.

12.  1996.  _______________. Psikhika Stalina:  Psikhoanaliticheskoe issledovanie.  Progress-Akademiia, Moscow, 239 pp.  (Russian translation of item #6, above, with introduction by Valerii Leibin).

13.  1996.  _______________. Rabskaia dusha Rossii:  problemy nravstvennogo mazokhizma i kul’t stradaniia.  Art-Bizness-Tsentr, Moscow, 303 pp.  (Russian translation of item #11 above).

14.  1998.  _________________. Tolstoy on the Couch:  Misogyny, Masochism and the Absent Mother.  Macmillan, London, and New York University Press, New York, viii, 270 pp.

15.  2000.  _________________.  Russian Nationalism from an Interdisciplinary Perspective: Imagining Russia.  Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, New York, xx, 349 pp.

16.  2001.  _________________. Stalinin Psyyke: Psykoanalyyttinen tutkimus. Johan Beckman Institute, Helsinki, 238 pp.  (Finnish translation of item # 6 above).

17.  2003.  _________________.    Rossiia i russkie glazami amerikanskogo psikhoanalitika: V poiskakh natsional’noi identichnosti.   Moscow, Ladomir, 286 pp.  (Russian translation of item # 15 above).

18.  2004.  _________________.  Russkaia literatura i psikhoanaliz.  Moscow, Ladomir, 1013 pp.  (Russian translation of items # 9 and #14, above, plus translations of 14 of the articles listed on the next page of this website).

19.  2005.  _________________. Traditsiia pochitaniia ikon Bogomateri v Rossii glazami amerikanskogo psikhoanalitika / The Joy of All Who Sorrow: Icons of the Mother of God in Russia (a bilingual book).  Moscow, Ladomir, 350 pp.

20.  2007/2017.  _________________.  Tolstoy’s Quest for God.  Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick (U. S. A.), London (U. K.), vii, 199 pp. / paperback reissue in 2017 by Routledge Publishers, New York (U.S.A.), London (U.K.).

21.  2011/2017.  _________________.  The Sign of the Cross: From Golgotha to Genocide.  Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick (U.S.A.), London (U.K.), ix, 304 pp. / paperback reissue in 2017 by Routledge Publishers, New York (U.S.A.), London (U.K.).

22.  2018.  _________________.  Imagining Mary: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Devotion to the Virgin Mother of God.  Routledge Publishers, New York (U.S.A.), London (U.K.), xiii, 358 pp.