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BROCK UENGL 3Q93Mathew MartinWinter

ENGL 3Q93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Psychoanalysis

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This character has a dream and they develop in a particular way. We relate the dream to not just the character, but the work as a whole. Page 49 dream
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BROCK UENGL 3Q93Mathew MartinWinter

ENGL 3Q93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Fruit Tree, Development Hell, Oedipus Complex

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A psychoanalytic interpretation of the relationship between james and mr. and mrs. ramsay. In her novel, to the lighthouse virginia woolf mirrors sigmu
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BROCK UENGL 3Q93Mathew MartinWinter

ENGL 3Q93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Mirror Stage

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The notion of masquerade women play a particular role and engage in a masquerade. Riviere - how does masquerade relate to women: 179 there is no absolu
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BROCK UENGL 3Q93Mathew MartinWinter

ENGL 3Q93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Electra Complex, Category Mistake, Oedipus Complex

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Engl 3q93 some character types - freud. Makes you wonder just how screwed up we are as human beings. Freuds major examples in this essay are not real p
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BROCK UENGL 3Q93Mathew MartinWinter

ENGL 3Q93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reductionism, Death Drive, Psychoanalysis

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Elizabeth wright chapter 2 : the chapter has three sections: Art: she goes through a set of concepts and definitions. See if we can place them in a con
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BROCK UENGL 3Q93Mathew MartinWinter

ENGL 3Q93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Rein, Neurosis, Oedipus Complex

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Most audience members lead boring lives and what drama provides is the opportunity to identify with the hero. Tragedy in drama gives us a feeling of gr
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BROCK UENGL 3Q93Mathew MartinWinter

ENGL 3Q93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Overdetermination, Psychoanalysis, Psychobiography

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Engl3q93- elizabeth wright classical freudian criticism: id-psychology. There are 3 types of id-psychology: psychoanalysis of the author. When you take
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