Jungian Literary Criticism, 1920-1980: An Annotated, Critical Bibliography of Works in English (With a Selection of Titles After 1980)
By: John Kidd (author), Jos van Meurs (author)Hardback
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In its 900 entries, this bibliography offers for the first time an inventory of all secondary works (books and articles, critical and scholarly) that make substantial use of the psychology of C.G. Jung for the interpretation of literary texts in English. Jungian literary criticism is covered from its beginnings around 1920 through 1980. A selection of titles published after 1980 has been added. All literary doctoral dissertations that make use of Jung's psychology have been included. All books and articles are annotated. Important titles have lengthy summaries and extensive critical evaluations. The author has marked the most perceptive Jungian studies in the text and in the index. The book opens with an essay that reviews developments and achievements in Jungian criticism over the years.
Jos van Meurs, born in Indonesia and educated in the Netherlands, is Senior Lecturer in English and American literature at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. In his research for this book he was assisted by Joyce scholar John Kidd.
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