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Taking The Fear Out Of The Night Coping With Nightmares

Author : Renate Daniel
ISBN : 9783856309862
Genre : Psychology
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Anyone who is plagued by nightmares night after night knows what a heavy burden these nocturnal apparitions represent: one is unable to resume sleep, often lies awake for a long time, and feels fearful, irritable or depressed the next day. What can help to take the fear out of the night? Understanding the message of nightmares is a first step toward relief. These energy-laden images can represent urgent questions stemming from the depth of the psyche. In this book, experienced Jungian analyst Renate Daniel demonstrates how one can succeed in finding appropriate answers to help understand and cope with nightmares. Renate Daniel, M.D., a specialist in psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis and Director of Programs at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich, has been a psychotherapist in private practice for many years. She is the ­author of Nur Mut! Die Kunst, schwierige Situationen zu meistern (2011) as well as numerous published articles. Contents: 1. What are Dreams? The Waking, Sleeping and Dreaming Worlds 2. Why do we Dream – and What for? Dreams and Mental Health 3. What are Nightmares? Ancient Myths and Neurobiological Insights 4. Dealing with Nightmares: Discovering, Exploring and Understanding Yourself 5. Nature as a Nightmare Motif: Natural Forces, Dangerous Animals and Plant Life 6. Human Beings as a Nightmare Motif: Aggressive People and Vulnerable People 7. Nightmare Motifs from Culture and Technology: When Objects Become Broken or Dangerous

Nelly Sachs

Author : Elaine Martin
ISBN : 9783110256734
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Nelly Sachs. The Poetics of Silence and the Limits of Representation examines the poetry of the Nobel Prize-winning German Jewish poet Nelly Sachs. It firstly shifts established patterns of reception by analysing the author’s reception in East and West Germany after the war and the role she came to play in the Federal Republic as a representative ‘Poet of Reconciliation’. The study then situates Sachs’ work within the framework of the debate surrounding the representation of the Holocaust by means of a thorough exposition of the aporia at the heart of Theodor Adorno’s writings on post-Holocaust art. It demonstrates by close reading how Sachs’ work is itself marked by this aporetic struggle and exposes in particular the aesthetic means by which Sachs renders this aporetic tension legible in her poetry through her use of, for example, prosopopoeia, her recasting of traditional metaphors and her reversal of biblical archetypes. The primary question addressed is whether Sachs’ poetry, in spite of the fact that it thematises the impossibility of adequate representation, has representational value, or whether her work is bereft of concrete, representational meaning as a result of the often fragmented nature of her writing. In particular, the author confronts those critics who see in Sachs’ work elements of consolation, reconciliation, or redemption in a transcendental realm, in favour of a reading that regards her work as permeated with the concrete events of the Holocaust and irreconcilably opposed to any notion of a religious sense-making and redemptive paradigm.

The German Legacy In East Central Europe As Recorded In Recent German Language Literature

Author : Valentina Glajar
ISBN : 1571132562
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The legacy of the 20th-c. German and Austrian political/cultural presence in East Central Europe, as shown in recent literature.

The Question Of Madness In The Works Of E T A Hoffmann And Mary Shelley

Author : Karin Preuss
ISBN : WISC:89084839232
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus was first published in 1818. A year before Hoffmann's novella Der Sandmann was published in the first of the two volumes of his Nachtstucke. A major theme for Mary Shelley and E.T.A. Hoffmann and a hitherto neglected aspect of academic research is the question of madness, in Frankenstein and Der Sandmann. Both texts represent certain features shared by the Romantic movements in Germany and England, such as an ironic stance towards Romanticism itself, its Prometheanism, or its indulgence in the occult. At the same time both authors criticise the Enlightenment project more than they do celebrate the idea of progress. The first two chapters of this study stress the contrastive approaches of Hoffmann and Mary Shelley in their explorations of madness. The rest of this analysis emphasises the similarities of mythological, cultural and linguistic contexts within which Mary Shelley and Hoffmann settle their pre-occupation with madness. This study aims at finding out whether insanity is an illness of the isolated individual, or whether society is sick itself. Is insanity related to the body or the mind? Is it an image for the crisis of representation in postrevolutionary Romanticism?

A German English Medical Thesaurus Or Treasure Of Single And Compound Medical Words And Terms

Author : Henry Losch
Genre : German language
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105017432076
Genre : Motion pictures
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The Transformation Of Failure

Author : Carole Hanbidge
ISBN : UCAL:B3441651
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Europ Ische Hochschulschriften

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ISBN : UOM:39015080312633
Genre : German literature
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Modern Austrian Literature

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ISBN : UCSC:32106019340089
Genre : Austrian literature
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Includes the index to the Journal of the International Arthur Schnitzler Research Association, 1961-67.

Grosses Studienw Rterbuch Englisch

Author : Lorna Sinclair-Knight
ISBN : UOM:39015073662994
Genre : English language
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Völlige Neuentwicklung - Studienausgabe des Großen Schulwörterbuches Englisch in einem Band mit insgesamt rund 315.000 Stichwörtern und Wendungen. Hochaktueller Wortschatz, zahlreiche österreichische und schweizerische Ausdrücke. Hunderte Info-Fenster mit Zusatzinformationen speziell für Oberstufe und Studium. Schnelle Orientierung durch modernes Layout im großen Format.

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