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    dots Submission Name: Caliban, Jung and Freuddots
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    Author: Torie
    Elite Ratio:    2.95 - 204/224/59
    Words: 31
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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    Description:
       The relationship between Shakespeare's Caliban and the psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud, and the New Age Guru, Carl Jung.


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    Carl Jung promised Caliban pie in the sky, while Sigmund Freud gave Caliban a mirror.

    Caliban adored Jung, but cursed Freud for showing Caliban his own reflection.





    Submitted on 2015-04-12 22:10:48     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Ironic that Caliban could have been one of Williams archetypes and that Shakespeare could have been one of Freuds mirrors before Sigmund provided theories to be those of many to come.
    | Posted on 2015-10-17 00:00:00 | by ShyOne | [ Reply to This ]
      Heh.Heh You're Freud if you do, you're Freud if you don't. Making funning out of a poem that, to me touched very close to the bone . . .
    | Posted on 2015-04-29 00:00:00 | by RamSlade | [ Reply to This ]
      ...the mirror cracked
    but the pie was sweet

    sweeter than images
    that weren't quite complete...

    | Posted on 2015-04-24 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]


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