Alchemical Studies (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, by C. G. Jung, R. F. C. Hull, Gerhard Adler

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By C. G. Jung, R. F. C. Hull, Gerhard Adler

5 lengthy essays that hint Jung''s constructing curiosity in alchemy from 1929 onward. An creation and complement to his significant works at the topic, illustrated with forty two patients'' drawings and work.

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149]. Even here, the writer keeps a certain amount of independence, which can express itself in the choice of material and in changes in it which are often quite extensive. In so far as the material is already at hand, however, it is derived from the popular treasure-house of myths, legends and fairy tales. The study cf constructions of folk-psychology such as these is far from being complete, but it is extremely probable that myths, for instance, are distorted vestiges of the wishful phantasies of whole nations, the secular dreams of youthful humanity.

1984. Psychoanalytic criticism: Theory in practice. London: Methuen. A Modern View of Freud's "Creative Writers and Day-dreaming" HARRY TROSMAN "Creative Writers and Day-dreaming" can be considered a further reflection on Freud's contemporaneous psychoanalytic study of Wilhelm Jensen's novella Gradiva. "Delusions and Dreams in Jensen's Gradiva" (Freud, 1907) is the first published psychoanalytic study of a work of fiction. Previously, Freud had commented on Oedipus Rex and Hamlet in The Interpretation of Dreams (1900), and in his correspondence with Fliess (Freud, 1887-1902) he had considered Conrad Ferdinand Meyer's short story "Die Richterin," but the Gradiva study was the first systematic account in depth, and Freud was clearly impressed with how readily the imaginative work lent itself topsychoanalytic interpretation.

However, they are one and the same person. The actor may play an active part or remain a passive observer. This function affords intense enjoyment because the actor, in his role, feels himself shining in the glare of the footlights, with a script that suits his exact requirements. Every phantasy A Masterpiece of Illumination I 23 has a plot, however elementary or repetitive. The action of the drama that unfolds satisfies the forces that generated it. These forces are the wish (striving for fulfillment) and the censorship (repressing and establishing defense mechanisms).

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