Between God and beast: an examination of Amos Oz's prose
In 'Between God and Beast, ' Avraham Balaban argues that Oz's fiction has, from the outset, followed Jung's psychological theory... Many of the symbols examined in this study have never before been discussed in articles about Oz's writings.
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The Early Stories
Religious Aspects of Ozs Work
Water Images and Female Characters
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affinity Alexander Amos Oz appears Arab Azariah Black Box Boaz Bolognesi Chapter characterized childhood completely connection consciousness culture Damkov darkness death depicted depths described desire discussed Dita dragon dreams earth element Elsewhere Ephrayim evil existence experience expressed Ezra Berger father feeling figure forces of nature Galila Hannah Gonen heart Hebrew hero hidden holy Hulda human ibid Ilana inner Israel Israeli Itcheh Jackals Howl Jephthah Jerusalem Jung Jung's Jungian Kabbala Kabbalistic kibbutz kibbutz members light live llana main characters Michael mother Nahum narrator night Noga novel ocean Oz's protagonists Palmach panentheism pantheism Perfect Peace Perhaps Petra primal primal forces primordial psyche psychic Purple Coast religious represents Reuven Harish Rimona Segal Sirkin social society soul Srulik story Strange Fire structure struggle symbols synthesis things Third Condition Trappist Trappist Monastery treasure Trotsky unity of opposites Wind woman words worldview Yair yearnings Yolek Yonatan Zechariah