The Sacred Complex: On the Psychogenesis of Paradise Lost

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Harvard University Press, 1983 - 344 pàgines

This reading of Milton juxtaposes the poet's theology and Freud's account of the Oedipus complex in ways that yield both new understanding of Milton and a model for psychoanalytic interpretation of literature.

The book ranges widely through the art and life of Milton, including extensive discussions of his theological irregularities and the significance, medical and symbolic, he assigned to his blindness. Kerrigan analyzes the oedipal aspect of Milton's religion; examines the nature of the Miltonic godhead; studies Milton's analogies linking human, angelic, and cosmic bodies; and explores Milton's symbolism of home. In a commanding demonstration, Kerrigan delineates how the great epic and the psyche of its author bestow meaning on each other.

 

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Beginning with a True Poem
9
The RootBound Lady
22
Sacred History as Psychic History
73
The Way to Strength from Weakness
127
Spirit as Energy
193
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