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Modernism and the European unconscious

Author: Peter Collier; Judy Davies
Publisher: Cambridge : Polity Press, 1990.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In a comparative and comprehensive way, the contributors to this volume examine the interaction of modernist forms and new models of the mind.

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Zbornik
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Collier; Judy Davies
ISBN: 0745605192 9780745605197
OCLC Number: 456705340
Description: XV, 312 str. : ilustr. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface Part I: Towards a Freudian Aesthetic? 1. A Message F rom Kakania: Freud, Music, Criticism: Malcolm Bowie (Queen Mary College, London) 2. The Unconscious Image: Peter Collier (University of Cambridge) Part II: Fictions of the Unconscious 3. The Tyranny of the Text: Lawrence, Freud and the Modernist Aesthetic: Anne Fernihough (University of Oxford) 4. James Joyce: The Unconscious and the Cognitive Epiphany: Tim Cribb (University of Cambridge) 5. Primitivism and Psychology: Nietzsche, Freud and Thomas Mann: Ritchie Robertson (University of Cambridge) 6. Flaubert, Joyce, Schnitzler, Woolf: `Style indirect libre' to Stream of Consciousness: Naomi Segal (University of Cambridge) 7. The Word and the Spirit: Explorations of the Irrational in Musil, Doblin, and Kafka: David Midgley (University of Cambridge) 8. Following the Stranger: Narratives of Self in Svevo and Pirandello: Judy Davies (University of Cambridge) 9. Proust's Livre Interieur: Robin Mackenzie (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris) 10. Hesse's Therapeutic Fiction: Edward Timms (University of Cambridge) Part III: The Image in Performance 11. `Secrets of a Soul': A Psychoanalytic Film: Sorley Macdonald (University of Cambridge) 12. Pirandello and the Drama of Creativity: Ann Caesar (University of Cambridge) 13. Antonin Artaud: Madness and Self-Expression: David Kelley (University of Cambridge) 14. Avant-garde Theatre and the Return to Dionysos (Nietzsche, Jung, Valle-Inclan, Lorca, Artaud): Alison Sinclair (University of Cambridge) 15. The Uncanny and Surrealism: Elizabeth Wright (University of Cambridge) 16. Monsters in Surrealism: Hunting the Human-Headed Bombyx:Elza Adamowicz (Goldsmith's College, London) Notes on Abbreviations Select General Bibligraphy Index Acknowledgements.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Collier and Judy Davies.

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