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  • Unknown Binding
  • 261
  • Translations of Power Narcissism and the Unconscious in Epic History
  • Elizabeth J. Bellamy
  • English
  • 13 February 2018
  • 9780801426988

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Download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À Elizabeth J. Bellamy Elizabeth J. Bellamy À 4 Free read Free read Translations of Power Narcissism and the Unconscious in Epic History Ty of Troy represents the locus of epic's own narrative narcissism Offering provocative analyses of epic temporality and of the function of the death drive in epic narrative she concludes that dynastic epic may be seen as a structure of narcissistic desire which undermines the capacity of the epic to embody a fully articulated historical subjectTranslations of Power will enliven current debates among scholars and students of Renaissance culture literary theory gender studies and psychoanalytic criticism.

Download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À Elizabeth J. BellamyTranslations of Power Narcissism and the Unconscious in Epic History

Download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À Elizabeth J. Bellamy Elizabeth J. Bellamy À 4 Free read Free read Translations of Power Narcissism and the Unconscious in Epic History Elizabeth J Bellamy here casts new theoretical light on the Renaissance genre of the dynastic epic Drawing upon Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis to illuminate the emergence of an epic subjecthood she focuses on Virgil's Aeneid Ariosto's Orlando furioso Tasso's Gerusalemme liberata and Spenser's Faerie ueene in an attempt to demonstrate how the operations of the unconscious may be interpreted within narrative history Bellamy first evaluates the psychoanalytic approach to epic as a possible alternativ.

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Download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À Elizabeth J. Bellamy Elizabeth J. Bellamy À 4 Free read Free read Translations of Power Narcissism and the Unconscious in Epic History E to the new historicism Turning to the Aeneid she discusses Freud's neurotic relation to Rome as a founding image for a historical unconscious She then interweaves a genealogy of epic subjecthood with the motif of the translatio imperii likening the translations of power that constitute the translatio imperii to extended meditations on the fate of Troy throughout literary history According to Bellamy the epic genre manifests a repeated displacement and repression of its Trojan origins and the doomed ci.

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