Images of Woman in Literature by David Holbrook

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Author
David Holbrook
Publisher
New York University Press
Date of release
Pages
216
ISBN
9780814734742
Binding
Paperback
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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.


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