Human Condition in Literature: An illustration of fragmentation and reorganization


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Six essays about the human condition in post modernist literature, using the cultural and psychological lenses as analyzing tools. The focus is on character fragmentation and attempt at reorganization. What makes the book unique is the use of lenses to narrow in and highlight the cultural and psychological phenomenon experienced by the character(s). Never read through theoretical lenses? This is your chance as the author describes the use and how implementing such a technique enriches the reader’s experience.

Copyright 2014 by Hakes Publishing

Available now on Kindle!

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00II9MKVW

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Filed under Cultural Perspectives, Essays, Fragmented Psyche, Human Condition, Jungian Lens, Literary Approaches, Literature, Literature and Philosophy, Mind and Body, Psychological Analysis of Literature, Reorganization of the Human Organism

3 responses to “Human Condition in Literature: An illustration of fragmentation and reorganization

  1. Reblogged this on White Rabbit's Gallery and commented:
    Another one of my essay books published on Kindle!

  2. Pingback: Human Condition in Literature: An illustration of fragmentation and reorganization | White Rabbit's Gallery

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