Provides a basic argument that, with stunning clarity, William Blake anticipated the most important conceptions about human nature authored by Sigmund Freud and by the revisionists of psychoanalysis, Carl Jung and Otto Rank. This introductory work clearly describes the central conclusions about human personality reached by the three psychological theorists before illustrating their essential anticipation in Blake's poetry.
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Jerry Caris Godard is Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology and Literature at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.Review:
A modest and enlightening exploration...The reflections on Rank's fascination with how the artist might help us move beyond psychologism are especially useful.>>>> (Christine Downing)
A modest and enlightening exploration...The reflections on Rank's fascination with how the artist might help us move beyond psychologism are especially useful. (Christine Downing)
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