About this book
Ever since Jung's break with Freud, he has been excluded from both the psychoanalytic discourse and those schools of literary criticism influenced by psychoanalysis. But this very exclusion has shaped the discourse. Further, many of the analytic writings of Jung and the post-Jungian school of Developmental Jungians are parallel to work by contemporary ego psychologists and feminists, and could contribute to those fields. Jung's entire case throws much light upon the state of marginalization, its effects and its powers.
Appropriation discourse future literary criticism psychoanalysis writing