Jung and Shakespeare; Hamlet, Othello, and the Tempest
- Wilmette, IL Chiron c1992
- 118p.; notes; bibliog.; index
- (Chiron monograph series; 7) .
Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616 : Hamlet : p5-38.. Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616 : Othello : p39-75.. Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616 : Tempest : p76-108.. Anima and Animus : see index.. Marriage : see index.. Shadow (Psychology) In Literature : see index.
'Because theater is clearly active imagination from a particularly creative mind, polished into art, the Jungian approach to Shakespeare is rich and satisfying. We learn a great deal about the individual plays, about Shakespeare, and about human nature. Archetypal theory and literature have a great deal to offer each other.' Libby Lee Colman, author of The Father and Pregnancy: The Psychological Experience
Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616--Knowledge--Psychology Archetype (Psychology) in Literature Psychology and literature Jungian psychology Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616 : Hamlet Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616 : Othello Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616 : Tempest Anima (Psychoanalysis) Animus (Psychoanalysis) Marriage Shadow (Psychology) in Literature
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