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CONTENTS Dedication: ii Contributors: v Acknowledgements: x Abbreviations: xii Introduction: 1 1) Psyche and the Artist: Jung and the Poet by Edmund Cusick: 21 PART ONE: GETTING INTO ART: JUNGIAN (IMMANENT) CRITICISM 2) The Discovery of the Personal Unconscious: Robinson Crusoe and Modern Identity by Terence Dawson: 39 3) Archetypal Dwelling, Building Individuation by Lucy Huskinson: 56 4) On Painting, Substance and Psyche by David Parker: 74 5) Haruki Murakami's Reimagining of Sophocles' Oedipus' by Inez Martinez: 94 6) Psyche, Imagination and Art by Bettina Reiber: 114 7) How Myrtle Gordon Addresses Her Suffering: Jung's Concept of Possession and John Cassavetes's Opening Night by Craig Stephenson: 134 8) The Father, the Dark Child and the Mob that Kills Him: Tim Burton's Representation of the Creative Artist by Elena Vasileva: 151 PART TWO: CHALLENGING THE CRITICAL SPACE 9) Stripping Bare the Images by Don Fredericksen: 169 10) Psyche and Imagination in Goethe and Jung by Paul Bishop: 187 11) Jung's Function-Attitudes in Music Composition and Discourse by Byron Alm¿n: 206 12) Jung in the Twilight Zone: The Psychological Functions of the Horror Film by Angela Connolly: 226 13) Writing About Nothing by Leslie Gardner: 244 PART THREE: MAKING/INTERPRETING ART IN THE WORLD 14) The poetical word: towards an imaginal language by Elenice Giosa: 261 15) Healing with the Alchemical Imagination in the Undergraduate Classroom by Lee Robbins: 276 16) The Serenity of the Senex: Using Brazilian Folk Tales as an Alternative Approach to 'Entrepreneurship' in University Education by Claudio Paixao Anastacio de Paula: 296 Glossary: 323
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Psychoanalysis and the arts.
Arts -- Psychology.