Shakespeare and the Human Mystery
Paulist Press, 2003 - Всего страниц: 134
This vibrant and moving book investigates the mystery of our human nature, illuminating how Shakespeare's characters may be seen as expressions of what is deepest in us. Philip Newell introduces us to 'archetypes of the soul, ' such as the king and queen (seen for example in King Lear and Lady Macbeth); the lover and the friend (Juliet and Sir John Falstaff); the judge and the warrior (Shylock and King Henry IV); the seer and the mage (Hamlet and Pericles); and the fool and the contemplative (Bottom and King Richard II). The author's hope is that as we glimpse the depths of human nature through Shakespeare's eyes--take part in the journaling exercises included--we will become aware of a healing flow between our unconscious depths and conscious mind, enabling us to reconnect to what is truest in us and in all people.
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The Lover and the Friend
The Judge and the Warrior
The Seer and the Mage
The Fool and the Contemplative
All's Angelo Antony archetypal depths battle become begin Brutus Caesar calls centre Cleopatra conscience conscious contemplative Coriolanus Cressida Cymbeline death deeper deepest dimension distorted doth dream energies expressions false Falstaff fear fool's giving and receiving grace hath healing heart heaven Henry IV Henry VIII Henry VIV hidden human mystery human soul Iago inner judge and warrior judgement Julius justice King Henry King Lear king/queen kingdom let go lives and relationships lives and world Lord Macbeth madness mage Measure for Measure Merchant Merchant of Venice mercy Midsummer murder nature Othello ourselves outward outwardly pain passion Pericles perversion Portia Prince Prince Hamlet Prospero queen realm repent Richard Romeo and Juliet royalty seeks seer sense sexual shadow side Shakespeare Shylock soldier sovereignty speak spirit strength Tempest thee things thou Timon Titus Andronicus Troilus Troilus and Cressida true depths truth Twelfth Night unconscious unnatural unseen well-being wisdom wrong