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  • Author:
    Bernard Jay Paris
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    0814766552
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    978-0814766552
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    NYU Press (October 1, 1997)
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    304 pages
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In Imagined Human Beings, Bernard J. Paris explores the inner conflicts of some of. Paris explores the inner conflicts of some of literature's most famous characters, using Karen Horney's psychoanalytic theories to understand the behavior of these characters as we would the behavior of real people. One of literature's greatest gifts is its portrayal of realistically drawn characters-human beings in whom we can recognize motivations and emotions. A Horneyan approach both alerts us to conflicts between plot and characterization, rhetoric and mimesis, and helps us understand the forces in the author's personalty that generate them.

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What fascinates me most about literature is its portrayal of human beings and their relationships. For many years I have been developing a psychological approach in which I try to understand the behavior of realistically drawn characters in the same way that we understand the behavior of real people. I have entitled this book Imagined Human Beings because it is largely about mimetic characters who can be understood in psychological terms. In subsequent books, I have taken a Horneyan approach to all of Jane Austen's and all of. 4.

InImagined Human Beings, Bernard J. Paris explores the inner conflicts of some of literature's most famous characters . Psychoanalysis deals with human beings in conflict with themselves and each other, and literature portrays and is written and read by such people.

Imagined Human Beings book. In Imagined Human Beings, Bernard J. Paris explores the inner conflicts of some of literature's most famous characters, using Karen Horney's psychoanalytic theories to understand the behavior of these characters as we would One of literature's greatest gifts is its portrayal of realistically drawn characters-human beings in whom we can recognize motivations and emotions.

What fascinates me most about literature is its portrayal of human beings . Character and Personality in the Novels of William Faulkner: A Study in Psycholinguistics

What fascinates me most about literature is its portrayal of human beings and their relationships. A Psychological Approach to Fiction: Studies in Thackeray, Stendhal, George Eliot, Dostoevsky, and Conrad. Character and Personality in the Novels of William Faulkner: A Study in Psycholinguistics. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis.

One of literature's greatest gifts is its portrayal of realistically drawn characters--human beings in whom we can recognize motivations and emotions. In Imagined Human Beings, Bernard J. Paris explores the inner conflicts of some of literature's most famous characters, using Karen Horney's psychoanalytic theories to understand the behavior of these characters as we would the behavior of real people.

When realistically drawn characters are understood in psychological terms, they tend to escape their roles in the plot and thus subvert the view of them advanced by the author. A Horneyan approach both alerts us to conflicts between plot and characterization, rhetoric and mimesis, and helps us understand the forces in the author's personalty that generate them. The Horneyan model can make sense of thematic inconsistencies by seeing them as the product of the author's inner divisions. Paris uses this approach to explore a wide range of texts, including Antigone, "The Clerk's Tale," The Merchant of Venice, A Doll's House, Hedda Gabler, Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, The Mayor of Casterbridge, Wuthering Heights, Madame Bovary, The Awakening, and The End of the Road.