Wuthering Heights: A Drama of Being
Sheffield Academic Press, 1997 - 200 Seiten
In this unconventional study, David Holbrook sets out to demonstrate that this novel is a dramatization of Emily Bronte's own tormented psyche. It draws on various sources in psychoanalytical thought to unravel the novel's dynamics. The author invokes the Jungian analysis offered by Dr Hannah Segal and others, and adds to these the insights of D.W. Winnicott, W.R.D. Fairbairn and R.D. Laing. He sees the novel as a dramatization of intrapsychic conflict within Emily's own soul and as belonging to a remarkable effort on her part to find harmony and fulfilment by engaging with the most savage proclivities within her, as they emerged from the sources of her Irish historical roots and her strange isolated life.
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