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Qs: Hesiod; Jungian Lear
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0430.  Saturday, 8 June 1996.

(1)     From:   Steve Sohmer <
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        Date:   Friday, 7 Jun 1996 16:22:35 -0400
        Subj:   Hesiod

(2)     From:   Susan Mather <
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        Date:   Friday, 7 Jun 1996 14:35:56 -0400 (EDT)
        Subj:   [Jungian Lear]


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From:           Steve Sohmer <
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Date:           Friday, 7 Jun 1996 16:22:35 -0400
Subject:        Hesiod

Does anyone know of a paper (or expert) on Shakespeare's knowledge of Hesoid?

Many thanks.

Steve

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From:           Susan Mather <
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Date:           Friday, 7 Jun 1996 14:35:56 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        [Jungian Lear]

I don't know if you were talking to me, T. Hawkes, but I'm the one who will
miss Florence Amit.  I was just about to send a "no mail" sign to Mr. Cook when
I realized that this would be very stupid since I have to start reading my
research on King Lear.  I have a problem though because I was asked to look
into the major plays of Shakespeare and I'm not sure if I know what is
traditionally considered "major."  I have to defend April 1997, so I have time,
I think.  Please do not flame me for my ignorance!  Also, I was told I should
look into Mirror for Magistrates, but I'm not sure what I should be looking for
as far as it pertains to Lear.  My proposal consists of a Jungian approach to
Lear's situation with the division of his kingdom and I have dealt with the
individuation process, anima & animus, etc. in a former paper.  I just need to
analyze it further b/c it was to be up to 30 pp. and this thesis must be 65+.
So--I plan to look at Gloucester and his sons with Lear and his daughters to
make my analysis fuller at this point.  Let me know what plays are major & if
you've heard of this project being done before, also let me know.  I found out
after the fact that H. R. Coursen wrote "A Jungian Approach" already, but it
doesn't follow the same direction necessarily.  Nevertheless, this is impo.
obviously and I would appreciate any direction you all can give me--


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