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Narcissistic fantasies in film and fiction : masters of the universe

Narcissistic fantasies in film and fiction : masters of the universe

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개인저자
Kogan, Ilany, author.
서명 / 저자사항
Narcissistic fantasies in film and fiction : masters of the universe / Ilany Kogan.
발행사항
Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York :   Routledge,   c2020.  
형태사항
161 p. ; 25 cm.
총서사항
The International Psychoanalytical Association psychoanalytic ideas and applications series
ISBN
9780367429164 (paperback) 9780367429171 (hardback)
요약
"This book has grown from a belief that the psychoanalytic exploration of literature and performances leads to a richer and fuller understanding of each individual's internal reality. It includes an exploration of narcissistic fantasies from various protagonists of film and novels and focuses on the fantasy of the omnipotence of the self, which is a predominantly narcissistic desire to be a "Master of the Universe", a deity, an omnipotent, immortal figure. Psychoanalysis and art interact in exploring the individual's refusal to give up grandiose fantasies about the self, or his inability to modulate and integrate them within his personality, which are at the origin of his wish to transcend the human condition. These narcissistic fantasies are often expressed through aggressive and self-destructive behaviour, including flirtation with death and destruction. The emotional truth that great artists convey through symbols which often resonates in the audience, is examined in this book through studies and comparisons of narcissistic characters in contemporary fiction. Identifying with these figures, who place themselves above the law, may give us the illusion of omnipotence and immortality, which corresponds to a primary narcissistic fantasy, the traces of which exist in various degrees in all of us. Part of the popular International Psychoanalytical Association Psychoanalytic Ideas and Applications Series, this book is unique in its focus on the narcissistic fantasy of the omnipotence of the self by means of an analysis of a variety of protagonists from the worlds of the performing arts and literature, and on the exploration of their impact on the audience. It will be of interest to psychoanalysts, therapists and those with an interest in the intersection of psychoanalytic theory with film and literature"--
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Narcissism in the performing arts. Narcissism in literature.
주제명(개인명)
McEwan, Ian   Criticism and interpretation.  
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Introduction Part 1: Theoretical Discussion 01. Revisiting Narcissistic Character Part 2: Musical Drama 02. Master of the Ring: The Fight for Supremacy in Wagner''s Der Ring Des Nibelungen (1848-1872) Part 3: Films and Fiction 03. The Gods of Wall Street: Martin Scorsese''s The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) through a Psychoanalytic Lens 04. The Gods of the Digital World: Spike Jonze''s Movie Her (2013): Computer Therapy and the Psychoanalytic Setting 05. Omnitpotence and the Necrophilic Fantasy: Craig Gillespie''s Lars and the Real Girl (2007) and Ian McEwan''s Short Story Dead as They Come (2006): A Psychoanalytic Examination Part 4: TV Drama and Fiction 06. Lord of the Criminal World: Vince Gilligan''s Television Series Breaking Bad (2008 - 2013) and Anton Pavlovich Chekhov''s Novella The Duel (1891): Transformation of Personality: Deformation and Reformation in Confronting Death Part 5: Fiction 07. A Fatal Attraction to Death: Some Reflections on Ian McEwan''s The Comfort of Strangers (1981) 08. God and the Novelist: The Purpose of Creative Writing in Ian McEwan''s Atonement (2001) 09. Savior of the Universe: Ian McEwan''s Solar (2010) through a Psychoanalytic Lens Final Words

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