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Archetypal Patterns in Jozeph Conrad's 'Heart of Darkness'

Archetypal Patterns in Jozeph Conrad's 'Heart of Darkness'

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"Heart of Darkness" analysed in terms of archetypes of Jung, Bodkin and Eliade.
"Heart of Darkness" analysed in terms of archetypes of Jung, Bodkin and Eliade.

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VILNIUS UNIVERSITYKAUNAS FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
DEPARTMENT OF GERMANIC PHILOLOGYARTŪRAS CECHANOVIČIUS
ARCHETYPAL PATTERNS IN JOSEPH CONRAD‘S
 HEART OF DARKNESS 
BA THESIS
 English Philology (State Code 61204H108)
Scientific adviser __________ Graduate student ____________ (signature) (signature) _________________________Handing-in date ____________(Pedagogical and scientific degrees,name and surname)Registration No.____________
Kaunas, 2009
 
VILNIAUS UNIVERSITETOKAUNO HUMANITARINIS FAKULTETAS
GERMANŲ FILOLOGIJOS KATEDRAARTŪRAS CECHANOVIČIUS
ARCHETIPINIAI MODELIAI DŽOZEFO KONRADO NOVELĖJE „TAMSOSŠIRDIS“
BAKALAURO DARBAS
 Anglų filologija (Valstybinis kodas 61204H108)
Darbo vadovė
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Bakalaurantas
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(parašas) (parašas) ______________________________Darbo įteikimo data_________(darbo vadovės pedagoginis laipsnis,mokslo laipsnis, vardas, pavardė)Registracijos Nr. __________
Kaunas, 2009
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INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................................4...................................................................................................................................................................71. ARCHETYPAL CRITICISM AND LITERARY THEORY................................................................81.1 Carl Gustav Jung: psychological approach to art...........................................................................111.1.1 Analytical psychology and literature......................................................................................111.1.2 Psychological theory and Individuation.................................................................................141.1.2.1 Archetype of the Shadow.................................................................................................151.1.2.2 Archetype of the Anima...................................................................................................161.1.2.3 Archetype of the Self.......................................................................................................171.1.2.4 Archetype of the Hero’s journey......................................................................................191.2.1 Archetypal patterns in tragic poetry........................................................................................211.2.2 Reasonable recourse to poetry................................................................................................231.3 Mircea Eliade: paradigmatic repetition of divine work.................................................................251.3.1 Manifestations of the sacred...................................................................................................251.3.2 Homogeneity of space.............................................................................................................262. ARCHETYPAL PATTERNS IN JOSEPH CONRAD’S HEART OF DARKNESS..........................302.1. The archetypal scheme of the Hero’s journey..............................................................................302.1.1 The jungle as the parallel of the unconscious.........................................................................302.1.3 The Self as reflected in the character of the Russian..............................................................422.1.4 The dual image of the Anima..................................................................................................452.2 Mythopoetic projections of the woman’s image............................................................................502.2.1 The figure of the aunt as the representation of the Mother-goddess.......................................512.2.2 The Wilderness viewed as the embodiment of the archetypal Temptress..............................522.3. The revelation of sacred in the novella.........................................................................................572.3.1 The paradigmatic conquest of the jungle: the profane element..............................................572.3.2 The religious nature of the native people................................................................................61CONCLUSIONS......................................................................................................................................66SANTRAUKA.........................................................................................................................................69REFERENCES.........................................................................................................................................70INTERNET SOURCES...........................................................................................................................703

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