Individuation and the Power of Evil on the Nature of the Human Psyche: Studies in C.G. Jung, Arthur Miller, and Shakespeare
By: Ryder Jordan-Finnegan (author)Hardback
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This study examines two primary plays: "After the Fall" by Arthur Miller and "The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark", by William Shakespeare. These plays are analyzed using a Jungian approach; by focusing on certain components of Jung's theory of individuation, the development of personality, and the power of evil, the study provides evidence that the two main characters, Quentin and Hamlet, respectively, come to a place of moral differentiation.
Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. An Introduction to the Psychology of C.G. Jung with Particular Emphasis on the Process of Individuation, the Development of Personality, and the Power of Evil; 2. Arthur Miller, C.G. Jung, Individuation, and Evil; 3. William Shakespeare and C.G. Jung; Conclusion; Glossary of Jungian Terms; Endnotes; Bibliography; Index.
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