Internal Conflict in Nineteenth-Century Literature: Reading the Jungian Shadow

Lexington Books (2020)
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This book analyzes the identity crisis found in nineteenth-century post-Romantic literature. By mirroring several Antihumanist theories through the Jungian theory of the shadow, the author argues that this literature anticipates our contemporary “internal conflict.”



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Stefan Bolea
Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj

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