5 edition of Jungian literary criticism found in the catalog.
by Northwestern University Press in Evanston, Ill
Includes bibliographical references (p. 399-419) and index.
|Statement||edited by Richard P. Sugg.|
|Contributions||Sugg, Richard P.|
|LC Classifications||PN98.P75 J8 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 439 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||439|
|ISBN 10||0810110172, 0810110423|
|LC Control Number||92003557|
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Jungian literary criticism by Richard P. Sugg, , Northwestern University Press edition, in English. Dr. Susan Rowland Book Release of Jungian Literary Criticism: The Essential Guide.
Jungian Literary Criticism presents a comprehensive, theoretical foundation for a tradition of study that has included some of the leading critics of our time. This collection provides critics, writers, psychologists, and others interested in the relationship between psychology and literature with classics of Jungian literary analysis and with 4/5(6). A list of my essays, reviews, and books on Jungian literary criticism, analysis, and American poetry. Herrmann, S. (a). Emily Dickinson A Medicine Woman for our Times. Cheyenne: Fisher King Press. —— (b). “Transpersonal Psychology and the Self-Field: An Overview of the Works. of Jungian Analyst Erich Neumann.”.
Jungian criticism synonyms, Jungian criticism pronunciation, Jungian criticism translation, English dictionary definition of Jungian criticism. a critical approach, doctrine, or practice that applies the theories of Jungian psychology to works of art and literature, especially with regard to Jungian. Regarding Jungian literary criticism, some critics have questioned the very existence of a Jungian school, not to mention the way Jungian critics apply psychological theory to works of literature. Also in question has been the timeless and universal context in which Jungians analyze literary works and their tendency to apply Jung to Eastern.
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Interweaving Jungian analysis with literature, Jungian Literary Criticism explores concepts from the shadow to contemporary issues of ecocriticism and climate change in relation to literary works, and emphasises the importance of a reciprocal relationship. Each chapter concludes with key definitions, themes and further reading, and the book Author: Susan Rowland.
There is certainly some truth to the criticism. Virtually anything can be read in this way, much as one might use Freudian literary criticism to evaluate texts as the human’s repression of sexual desires and opposing drives toward sex and death.
What seems most useful in Jungian literary criticism is its value as inspiration for daily living. Book Description. In Jungian Literary Criticism: the essential guide, Susan Rowland demonstrates how ideas such as archetypes, the anima and animus, the unconscious and synchronicity can be applied to the analysis of ’s emphasis on creativity was central to his own work, and here Rowland illustrates how his concepts can be applied to novels.
Jungian Literary Criticism is a wonderful array of papers written by both analysts and literary scholars and it illuminates the way Jung has opened up a whole Jungian literary criticism book way of analyzing literary works of art.
I highly recommend this book to any analyst, layperson, or writer who is interested in the way that Jungian thought is being used to analyze /5(2). On the whole, Jung's archetypes have not been viewed favorably in modern psychology and are often studied more as a historical artifact and in realms of literary criticism and popular culture applications of mythology than as a major contribution to the Jungian literary criticism book of the mind and behavior.
Jungian literary criticism, an annotated, critical bibliography of works in English (with a selection of titles after )Scarecrow Press in English. "Emily Dickinson: A Medicine Woman for Our Times," Jungian Books. New Book. and on Jung and James at Yale University.
Herrmann’s expertise in Jungian Literary Criticism makes him one of the seminal thinkers in the international field, and a foremost authority on Whitman, Melville, and now Dickinson in post-Jungian studies. Jungian literary theory differs from the established practice of Jungian literary criticism, sometimes referred to as archetypal criticism.
As a relatively new development, Jungian literary theory makes connections between the core principles and writings of the psychoanalyst, C.G. Jung, and the domain of contemporary cultural theory including deconstruction, poststructuralism. Interweaving Jungian analysis with literature, Jungian Literary Criticism explores concepts from the shadow to contemporary issues of ecocriticism and climate change in relation to literary works, and emphasises the importance of a reciprocal relationship.
Each chapter concludes with key definitions, themes and further reading, and the book. Jungian criticism is a type of literary criticism based on the theories of Carl Jung; a psychiatrist who was a disciple of Sigmund Freud.
Jung later developed his own theory of analytical psychology, a theory that differs markedly from the psychoanalytic theory of Freud.
Literary criticism. Archetypal literary criticism argues that archetypes determine the form and function of literary works, and therefore, that a text's meaning is shaped by cultural and psychological myths.
Archetypes are the unknowable basic forms personified or concretized in recurring images, symbols, or patterns which may include motifs. Jungian Criticism is based off of the belief of Psychologist Carl Jung that there exists a “universal unconscious”. This idea posits that every individual has access to “A shared set of images, called archetypes, common to all people.
The universal unconscious was expressed in art, literature and myth, and Jungian literary criticism focused specifically.
A lot of Jungian criticism was written on those books, so there might be something in there. But I think that those books were more interested in the notion of archetypes than distributed identity.
BTW, your question reminded me of Matt Ruff's Set This House in Order, which is a really fun novel about multiple personalities. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jungian literary criticism. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person. Jungian Literary Criticism presents a comprehensive, theoretical foundation for a tradition of study that has included some of the leading critics of our time.
This collection provides critics, writers, psychologists, and others interested in the relationship between psychology and literature with classics of Jungian literary analysis and with the work of contemporary scholars building on Author: Richard Sugg.
But developments in post‐Jungian theory, and particularly Frye's last book Words with Power (), are responsive to postmodernity and renew the critical potential of archetypal criticism. A Companion to Literary Theory.
The first real few works in Jungian literary criticism were published by Maud Bodkin and Elizabeth Drew. General popularity did not grow until after World War II, and for the most part in the United States, due to “political slips” made by Jung which led Europe to be hesitant to accept Jungian literature.
In literary analysis, a Jungian critic would look for archetypes (also see the discussion of Northrop Frye in the Structuralism section) in creative works: "Jungian criticism is generally involved with a search for the embodiment of these symbols within particular works of art." (Richter ).
Moral Criticism, Dramatic Construction (~ BC-present) In Book X of his Republic, Plato may have given us the first volley of detailed and lengthy literary criticism.
The dialog between Socrates and two of his associates shows the participants of this discussion concluding that art must play a limited and very strict role in the perfect Greek. Jungian Literary Criticism presents a comprehensive, theoretical foundation for a tradition of study that has included some of the leading critics of our time.
This collection provides critics, writers, psychologists, and others interested in the relationship between psychology and literature with classics of Jungian literary analysis and with the work of contemporary scholars.
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