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Freud And The Return Of The Repressed Other
Ibsen And The Return Of The Repressed Other
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action Alving Alving's ambiguous analytic Approaches To Ibsen associated attachment Brian Johnston characterized characters child claims cold/warm Contemporary Approaches conversion crime crisis critics dismantling Doctor Wangel domestic scene drama dramaturgical dramaturgical scheme Ekdal household Ellida Empedocles enacts Erhart Borkman Eros erotic Fanny Wilton father female figure Freud functions gender Ghosts Gregers Gunhild Haakon Werle Hedda Gabler Hedvig Henrik Ibsen Hilde Wangel Hjalmar Ekdal husband Ibsen's dramatic texts Ibsen's dramaturgy Ibsen's texts interpretation John Gabriel Karsten Bernick Lady life-lie literary Lona Hessel male Master Builder mother narrative Norris Northam objet petit Oedipus complex opposition Oslo Oswald paradigmatic sexual triad Pastor Manders paternal perspective Pillars Of Society play play's position protagonist protagonist's construct psyche psychoanalytic punishment reader reading region Rentheim repressed retribution second act Sigmund Freud signifies Sprinchorn story Stranger structure super-ego Tennant Tohn Gabriel Borkman traces transformation trauma unconscious unravelling visitor Werle's wild duck young