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by Professor C. Fred Alford

  • ISBN: 0300057083
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Professor C. Fred Alford
  • Subcategory: Dramas & Plays
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Yale University Press; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (October 28, 1992)
  • Pages: 240 pages
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In this book C. Fred Alford begins with the possibility that the insights into human needs and aspirations contained in Greek tragedy might be more profound than psychoanalytic theory

In this book C. Fred Alford begins with the possibility that the insights into human needs and aspirations contained in Greek tragedy might be more profound than psychoanalytic theory. Alford draws on an eclectic mixture of psychoanalytic theories-in particular the work of Melanie Klein, Robert Jay Lifton, and Jacques Lacan-to help him illuminate the concerns of the Greek poets.

In this provocative book, C. Fred Alford examines the possibility that the insights into human needs and aspirations offered by the great Greek tragedies are more profound than psychoanalytic theory

In this provocative book, C. Fred Alford examines the possibility that the insights into human needs and aspirations offered by the great Greek tragedies are more profound than psychoanalytic theory. Drawing on the work of Melanie Klein, R. J. Lifton, Jacques Lacan, and others, Alford presents his own psychoanalytic interpretation of plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. A book that will be of intellectual profit, professional interest, and delight to mental health professionals of all disciplines as well as to non-clinical readers.

Fred Alford is professor of government at the University of Maryland. He is also the author of Narcissism, Melanie Klein and Critical Social Theory, and The Self in Social Theory. A powerful interpretation of Greek tragedy at the level of the most fundamental human existential and ethical dilemmas. Alford uses psychoanalysis with a deft hand, and enlarges our understanding of both the premises of Greek tragedy and the premises of psychoanalysis

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Alford begins with the possibility that the insights into human needs and aspirations contained in Greek tragedy might be more profound than psychoanalytic theory. He offers his own psychoanalytic interpretation of the tragedies, one that reconstructs the dramatists' views of the world.

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