Archetypes in William Faulkner's The bear

dc.contributor.advisorMcCorquodale, Marjorie K.
dc.contributor.committeeMemberBaker, James V.
dc.contributor.committeeMemberCallicutt, Laurie T.
dc.creatorBeauchamp, Gorman Lynn
dc.description.abstractI wish to make a study of the archetypal symbols in William Faulkner's story The Bear and its sequel "Delta Autumn." These stories rely heavily on mythical and primitive elements, and I feel that the insights that modern psychology -- especially that of Carl Jung -- and comparative anthropology have gained into the mechanism of the unconscious and primitive mind can be used to clarify these elements and point up their full significance. Such an analysis may, I hope, help to resolve some of the critical problems which have centered around this seminal work of Faulkner's.
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dc.titleArchetypes in William Faulkner's The bear
dc.type.genreThesis of Arts and Sciences, Department of of Houston of Arts


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