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Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung By Carolyn Brown

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Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung

Index

Abbs, Peter, 76

active imagination, 68, 81, 181

African Americans, 101, 248–249

Aion. See under Jung, Carl, individual works

Anderson, Marston, 27, 29, 77, 131, 142, 174, 176–177, 213–214, 228, 233, 242–243

anima, 62, 70, 80–81

animus, 62, 70, 80–81

Arana, R. Victoria, 76

arenas (domains) of inquiry: nation, community, family, and self

arenas of community, family, and self, 182

arenas of family and self, 180, 211, 221, 230

community arena, 23, 56, 72, 136–137, 153, 215

four distinct arenas of inquiry, 23, 55–56, 58, 72, 74, 240

general discussion of, 9, 22, 58, 72, 84, 99, 180, 192, 204, 206, 214, 220, 234, 249

Lu Xun’s trajectory predicted by, 206

national arena, 87, 135, 152, 211, 215

archetypes

archetypal source of art, 235–237, 240

Jung’s definition of, 62, 64–65, 69

art and psychology

archetypal source of art, 235–237, 240

Freud on psychology and art, 230–232

in Lu Xun, 231, 234–235, 237–241

Jung on psychology and art, 230–232, 235–237, 239–241

“to know feelingly”, 231, 234

mastering trauma through art, 231–233

autobiography

general discussion, 76

in the “Preface”, 23, 32–55, 75

Beijing, 1, 7–10, 41, 52, 188, 194

Bergson, Henri, 78

bipolar closed system, 39, 47, 57, 62, 69, 135, 142, 198

boundless desert image, 212

in “Kong Yiji”, 155

in the “Preface”, 40–44, 47, 53–55, 71

in “The Story of Hair”, 158

in “The True Story of Ah Q”, 125

in “Tomorrow”, 155

Brief History of Chinese Fiction, 45, 90, 188

Braester, Yomi, 75, 226–227

“Brothers”

comparison with “A Madman’s Diary”, 203, 211, 219

comparison with “A Small Incident”, 141