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Worlds in consciousness; mythopoetic thought in the novels of Virginia Woolf, by Jean O. Love.

By: Love, Jean O, 1920-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Berkeley, University of California Press, 1970Description: xvi, 268 p. 23 cm.ISBN: 0520016068; 9780520016064.Subject(s): Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- Criticism and interpretation | Women and literature -- England -- History -- 20th century | Psychological fiction, English -- History and criticism | Consciousness in literature | Myth in literature | Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- Critique et interprétation | Femmes et littérature -- Angleterre -- Histoire -- 20e siècle | Mythe dans la littérature | Woolf, Virginia | Roman | Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 | Consciousness in literature | Myth in literature | Psychological fiction, English History and criticism | Women and literature England History 20th century | Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 | Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 Criticism and interpretationDDC classification: 823/.9/12
Contents:
Development and cognitive style -- Mythopoetic cognitive stytle in literature -- Diffusion in subject-object, space, and time relationships -- Object diffusion -- Mythopoetic relationships: Magic, animism,and religion -- The Dialectcs -- Meaning and meaninglessness: The Voyage out -- Subjective and objective thought: Night and day -- Experiment in mythopoetic thought: Jacob's room -- Preexistent unity: Mrs. Dalloway -- Mythic magic: The the lighthouse -- The Lighthouse as a symbolic image -- Diffusion, differentiation, and dialectic: The Waves -- Plurisignificance and attempted synthesis: Between the acts.
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Bibliography: p. 257-262.

Development and cognitive style -- Mythopoetic cognitive stytle in literature -- Diffusion in subject-object, space, and time relationships -- Object diffusion -- Mythopoetic relationships: Magic, animism,and religion -- The Dialectcs -- Meaning and meaninglessness: The Voyage out -- Subjective and objective thought: Night and day -- Experiment in mythopoetic thought: Jacob's room -- Preexistent unity: Mrs. Dalloway -- Mythic magic: The the lighthouse -- The Lighthouse as a symbolic image -- Diffusion, differentiation, and dialectic: The Waves -- Plurisignificance and attempted synthesis: Between the acts.

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