Psyche and the arts : Jungian approaches to music, architecture, literature, film and painting (Book, 2008) [WorldCat.org]
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Psyche and the arts : Jungian approaches to music, architecture, literature, film and painting

Author: Susan Rowland
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. publView all editions and formats
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Psyche and the Arts challenges existing ideas about the relationship between Jung and art, and offers exciting new dimensions to key issues such as the role of image in popular culture, and the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Named Person: C G Jung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Rowland
ISBN: 9780415438353 0415438357 9780415438360 0415438365
OCLC Number: 239491204
Notes: Psyche and the artist : Jung and the poet / Edmund Cusick -- Getting into art : Jungian (immanent) criticism -- The discovery of the personal unconscious : Robinson Crusoe and modern identity / Terence Dawson -- Archetypal dwelling, building individuation / Lucy Huskinson -- On painting, substance and psyche / David Parker -- Haruki Murakami's reimagining of Sophocles' Oedipus / Inez Martinez -- Psyche, imagination and art / Bettina Reiber -- How Myrtle Gordon addresses her suffering : Jung's concept of possession and John Cassavetes's opening night / Craig Stephenson -- The father, the dark child and the mob that kills him : Tim Burton's representation of the creative artist / Lena Vasileva -- Challenging the critical space -- Stripping bare the imges / Don Fredericksen -- Psyche and imagination in Goethe and Jung : or, living for love and loving life / by Paul Bishop -- Jung's function-attitudes in music composition and discourse / Byron Almen -- Jung in the twilight zone : the psychological functions of the horror film / Angela Connolly -- Writing about nothing / Leslie Gardner -- Making/interpreting art in the world -- The poetical word : towards an imaginal language / Elenice Giosa -- Healing with the alchemical imagination in the undergraduate classroom / Lee Robbins -- The serenity of the senex : using Brazilian folk tales as an alternative approach to 'entrepreneurship' in university education / Claudio Paixao Anastacio de Paula.
Description: XI, 197 Seiten ; 24 cm
Contents: Rowland, Introduction. Cusick, Psyche and the Artist: Jung and the Poet. Part I: Getting into Art: Jungian (Immanent) Criticism. Dawson, The Discovery of the Personal Unconscious: Robinson Crusoe and Modern Identity. Huskinson, Archetypal Dwelling, Building Individuation. Parker, On Painting, Substance and Psyche. Martinez, Haruki Murakami's Reimagining of Sophocles' Oedipus'. Reiber, Psyche, Imagination and Art. Stephenson, How Myrtle Gordon Addresses Her Suffering: Jung's Concept of Possession and John Cassavetes's Opening Night. Vasileva, The Father, the Dark Child and the Mob that Kills Him: Tim Burton's Representation of the Creative Artist. Part II: Challenging the Critical Space. Fredericksen, Stripping Bare the Images. Bishop, Psyche and Imagination in Goethe and Jung. Almen, Jung's Function-attitudes in Music Composition and Discourse. Connolly, Jung in the Twilight Zone: The Psychological Functions of the Horror Film. Gardner, Writing About Nothing. Part III: Making/Interpreting Art in the World. Giosa, The Poetical Word: Towards an Imaginal Language. Robbins, Healing with the Alchemical Imagination in the Undergraduate Classroom. Paixao Anastacio de Paula, The Serenity of the Senex: Using Brazilian Folk Tales as an Alternative Approach to 'Entrepreneurship' in University Education.
Responsibility: ed. by Susan Rowland.

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