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Images of Woman In Literature epub

by David K. Holbrook


Images of Woman In Literature epub

ISBN: 081473474X

ISBN13: 978-0814734742

Author: David K. Holbrook

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: NYU Press (June 1, 1991)

Pages: 1 pages

ePUB book: 1363 kb

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David Holbrook was born in Norwich in 1923

David Holbrook was born in Norwich in 1923. He was educated at City of Norwich School and won a scholarship to study English at Downing College, Cambridge for a year in 1941, where he was a pupil of F. R. Leavis. Images of Woman in Literature, 1990; The Skeleton in the Wardrobe: the Phantasies of .

Images of Woman in Li. .Why do children fear witches in fairy tales? throughout literature these and other powerful and compelling images of women occur frequently: the enigmatic temptress, the supernatural goddess, and the earth mother

Images of Woman in Li.Why do children fear witches in fairy tales? throughout literature these and other powerful and compelling images of women occur frequently: the enigmatic temptress, the supernatural goddess, and the earth mother. In Images of Woman in Literature, David Holbrook, literary critic, novelist, and poet, shows how recent insights Why are the women Shakespeare created often so perplexing?

David Holbrook has published many books: six books of verse; nine novels; seven books on education; and . He published two books with New York University Press, Images of Woman in Literature and The Image of Woman.

David Holbrook has published many books: six books of verse; nine novels; seven books on education; and over twenty books of literary and musical criticism. Библиографические данные. Charles Dickens and the Image of Women.

Why, for example, is the image of woman so often associated with death, as in Great Expectations? .

Why, for example, is the image of woman so often associated with death, as in Great Expectations? Dickens's own struggles over relationships with women have been documented, but much less has been said about the unconscious elements behind these problems. Using recent developements in psychoanalytic object-relations theory, David Holbrook offers new insight into the way in which the novels of Bleak House, Little Dorrit, and Great Expectations-both uphold emotional needs and at the same time represent the limits of his view of women and that of his time

David Holbrook has published many books: six books of verse; nine novels; seven books on education; and .

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In this book David Holbrook offers a fresh definition of creativity as a natural and fundamental dynamic in all human . He published two books with New York University Press, "Images of Woman in Literature" and "The Image of Woman".

In this book David Holbrook offers a fresh definition of creativity as a natural and fundamental dynamic in all human beings by which they seek to make sense of their lives. The symbolic expression of children is examined to support this view.

Why are the women Shakespeare created often so perplexing? Why do children fear witches in fairy tales? throughout literature these and other powerful and compelling images of women occur frequently: the enigmatic temptress, the supernatural goddess, and the earth mother.

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Why are the women Shakespeare created often so perplexing? Why do children fear witches in fairy tales? throughout literature these and other powerful and compelling images of women occur frequently: the enigmatic temptress, the supernatural goddess, and the earth mother. In Images of Woman in Literature, David Holbrook, literary critic, novelist, and poet, shows how recent insights from psychoanalysis have much to tell us about man's unconscious fear of women and how this fear is personified in these universal images.