The compensatory psyche : a Jungian approach to Shakespeare
- Lanham, MD University Press of America c1986
- xxi, 217p.; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; index
1 "What, myself upon myself?" - Richard III. 2 "To dream again" - Symbols of transformation. 3 "I can live no longer by thinking: - Comedy and the problem play. 4 "I know thee not, old man" - Henry V. 5 "Who's there?" - Hamlet. 6 "The pity of it" - Othello. 7 "I might have saved her" - The death of Cordelia. 8 "Age is unnecessary: - King Lear. 9 "Twere best not know myself" - Macbeth. 10 "The rarer action" - The tempest
'This book is for...the members of the Jung Seminar at Bowdoin College, where many of the ideas contained herein were formulated.' 'Note: In order to make each chapter a separate entity--a feature that will please readers but displease reviewers--I have been guilty of repeating some basic principles and defiinitions and even some illustrations.'
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav),. 1875-1961 Archetype (Psychology) in literature Psychology and literature Drama--Psychological aspects
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