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The mind according to Shakespeare : psychoanalysis in the bard's writing

Author: Marvin Bennett Krims
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2006.
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"Dr. Marvin Bennett Krims, a psychoanalyst for more than three decades, takes readers into the sonnets and characters of Shakespeare and unveils the Bard's talent for illustrating psychoanalytical issues. These "hidden" aspects of the characters are one reason they feel real and, thus, have such a powerful effect, explains Krims. In exploring Shakespeare's characters, readers may also learn much about themselves. In  Read more...
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Krims, Marvin Bennett, 1928-
Mind according to Shakespeare.
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2006
(OCoLC)607761016
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marvin Bennett Krims
ISBN: 0275990818 9780275990817 9780275990817
OCLC Number: 70199896
Description: xx, 218 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: In defense of Volumnia's mothering in The tragedy of Coriolanus --
Prince Hal's aggression --
Uncovering our hate in The taming of the shrew --
Hotspur's fear of femininity --
Frailty, thy name is Hamlet --
Romeo's childhood trauma --
Misreading Cressida --
Love's lost labor in Love's labour's lost --
Sonnet #129: the joys and trials of making love --
King Lear's inability to grieve: "or ere I'll weep. O fool, I shall go mad!" --
Correspondence between an Elizabethan woman and her psychoanalyst: Beatrice on the couch --
Epilogue.
Other Titles: Psychoanalysis in the bard's writing
Responsibility: Marvin Bennett Krims.
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Takes readers into the sonnets and characters of Shakespeare and unveils the Bard's talent for illustrating psychoanalytical issues. Exploring Shakespeare's characters, this work helps readers learn  Read more...

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"Krims puts Shakespeare's characters on the couch and makes some observation's about the Bard's mental state when he made them do what they do." - Reference & Research Book News "The book in question Read more...

 
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