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A Jungian approach to literature

By: Knapp, Bettina Liebowitz, 1926-
Material type: TextTextCarbondale, IL Southern Illinois University Press c1984Description: xvi, 402p.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0809311615Subject(s): Archetype (Psychology) in literature | Psychoanalysis and literature | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961--InfluenceLOC classification: PN98.P75 K6 1984
Contents:
Introduction. 1 Euripides: The Bacchants--Fulminating rage/outrage. 2 Wolfram: Parzival--Existence precedes essence; The creation of the archetypal hero. 3 Montaigne: Essays--The individuation process. 4 Corneille: Horace; Rodogune--Heroism? sacrifice? lust for power?. 5 (1) Goethe: Elective affinities--An alchemical process from fixatio to dissolutio (2) Novalis: Hymns to the night--A regressus ad uterum (3) Nachman: The master of prayer--A Kabbalistic view of the ego's exile from the self (4) Yeats: At the hawk's well--An unintegrated anima shapes a hero's destiny (5) The Kalevala: Finnish shamanism--The senex hero and the faulty anima (6) Attar: The conference of the birds--a Sufi's mystical experience and the dehumanization process. Conclusion
Abstract: 'The impact of the material evaluated...is designed to enlarge the readers' views, to develop their potential, and also to encourage a personal confrontation. Such encounters may be painful or joyous, terrifying or serene; hopefully, they will prove enlightening, involve the readers in the writings discussed so that they may understand how and why certain creative works speak and reach them today and why others do not....'
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Introduction. 1 Euripides: The Bacchants--Fulminating rage/outrage. 2 Wolfram: Parzival--Existence precedes essence; The creation of the archetypal hero. 3 Montaigne: Essays--The individuation process. 4 Corneille: Horace; Rodogune--Heroism? sacrifice? lust for power?. 5 (1) Goethe: Elective affinities--An alchemical process from fixatio to dissolutio (2) Novalis: Hymns to the night--A regressus ad uterum (3) Nachman: The master of prayer--A Kabbalistic view of the ego's exile from the self (4) Yeats: At the hawk's well--An unintegrated anima shapes a hero's destiny (5) The Kalevala: Finnish shamanism--The senex hero and the faulty anima (6) Attar: The conference of the birds--a Sufi's mystical experience and the dehumanization process. Conclusion

'The impact of the material evaluated...is designed to enlarge the readers' views, to develop their potential, and also to encourage a personal confrontation. Such encounters may be painful or joyous, terrifying or serene; hopefully, they will prove enlightening, involve the readers in the writings discussed so that they may understand how and why certain creative works speak and reach them today and why others do not....'

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