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Odyssey of the psyche; Jungian patterns in Joyce's Ulysses

By: Kimball, Jean
Material type: TextTextCarbondale; Edwardsville, IL Southern Illinois University Press c1997Description: xiv, 202p.; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-8093-2110-6Subject(s): Joyce, James Augustine. 1882-1941. Works: Ulysses | Psychology and literature | Jungian psychology | Psychoanalysis and Religion | Irish Authors--History and Criticism | Archetype (Psychology) | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961: Works | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Persona (Psychology) | Individuation (Psychology) | Self (Jungian Concept) | Shadow (Psychology) | Spielrein, Sabina. 1885-1941 | Opposites, Reconciliation of | PenelopeLOC classification: PR6019.O9 U6726 1997
Contents:
Chapters: 1. Introduction: The split subject of Ulysses - 2. The autobiographical base: some synchronicities - 3. From Bildungsroman to individuation: a portrait as prelude - 4. Realization of the shadow - 5. Flight from the mother - 6. Approach to the anima - 7. Promise and prophecy in 'Penelope: Shadow and anima in relation - 8. Beyond integration: the artist as prophet
Abstract: 'Ulysses is a book without a hero, but with two protagonists who are together its subject. It is a critical truism that Stephen and Bloom are opposites, but together...they represent Joyce's vision of the artist as a divided self working toward integration.'
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Archetype (Psychology) : see index under Jungian concepts.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961: Works : see index.. Anima (Psychology) : see index under Jungian concepts.. Persona (Psychology) : see index under Jungian concepts.. Individuation : see index under Jungian concepts.. Self (Jungian Concept) : see index under Jungian concepts.. Shadow (Psychology) : see index under Jungian concepts.. Spielrein, Sabina. 1885-1941 : see index.. Opposites, Reconciliation of : Stephen Daedalus and Leopold Bloom as.

Chapters: 1. Introduction: The split subject of Ulysses - 2. The autobiographical base: some synchronicities - 3. From Bildungsroman to individuation: a portrait as prelude - 4. Realization of the shadow - 5. Flight from the mother - 6. Approach to the anima - 7. Promise and prophecy in 'Penelope: Shadow and anima in relation - 8. Beyond integration: the artist as prophet

'Ulysses is a book without a hero, but with two protagonists who are together its subject. It is a critical truism that Stephen and Bloom are opposites, but together...they represent Joyce's vision of the artist as a divided self working toward integration.'

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