Freud, Saussure And Lacan: Interpreting Dreams Of A Mad King...
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August 23, 2013
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In today’s world of interdisciplinary studies, it is also included in literary studies to help students of literature explore relevant aspects of texts that they read. But how does each component of the quoted relationship relate to literary theory? How may the knowledge of each be employed to enhance the literature student’s grasp over his/her reading? This essay seeks to explore the connections between psychoanalysis, linguistics and literature in relation to the Freud-Saussure-Lacan triad...
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In doing so, the relevant theories of each will be considered by turn and explicated by applying them to the analysis of selected portions from certain well-known texts.
“At the very least, Freud would recognize that he is a writer of novels, since he compares his analytic constructs to the delusions of his patients and declares ‘deep-rooted prejudices’ to be the guiding and dominating force behind the most abstract speculations of philosophy and science...
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