Criticism, interpretation, etc
|提及的人：||Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf|
|材料类型：||传记, 政府刊物, 州政府或者省政府刊物|
Thomas C Caramagno
|描述：||xi, 362 p. : ports. ; 24 cm.|
|内容：||I owned to great egotism the neurotic model in Woolf criticism --
Never was anyone so tossed up & down by the body as I am The sympotom of manic-depression illness --
But what is the meaning of explained it countertransference and modernism --
In casting accounts, never forget to begin with the state of the body genetics and the Stephen family line --
How completely he satisfied her is proved by the collapse emblematic events in family history --
How immense must be the force of life the art of autobiography and Woolf's bipolar theory of being --
A novel devoted to influenza reading without resolution in the voyage out --
Does anybody know Mr. Flanders? Bipolar cognition and syncretistic vision in Jacob's Room --
The sane & insane, side by side the object-relation of self-management in Mrs. Dalloway --
It is finished ambivalence resolved, self restored in To the Light house --
I do not know altogether who I am the plurality of intrasubjective life in the Waves.
|责任：||Thomas C. Caramagno.|
The author contends psychobiography has much to gain from a closer engagement with science. Literary studies of Woolf's life have been written almost exclusively from a psychoanalytic perspective. They portray Woolf as a victim of the Freudian "family romance," reducing her art to a neurotic evasion of a traumatic childhood. But current knowledge about manic-depressive illness--its genetic transmission, its biochemistry, and its effect on brain function--reveals a new relationship between Woolf's art and her illness. Caramagno demonstrates how Woolf used her illness intelligently and creatively in her theories of fiction, of mental functioning, and of self structure. Her novels dramatize her struggle to imagine and master psychic fragmentation. They helped her restore form and value to her own sense of self and lead her readers to an enriched appreciation of the complexity of human consciousness.
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