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The literary traveler as a metaphor of a human psychological cycle
(Northern Illinois University, 1988)
Readers of literature are frequently exposed to principal characters who are travelers. The traveler and his adventure are metaphors of a human psychological cycle—a cycle driven by the need to come to terms with our ...
The inward turn of consciousness : gods, metaphors, necessity, and the continued relevance of Greek tragedy
(Northern Illinois University, 2012)
This paper was written to examine Greek Tragedy in its entirety, specifically through the playwrights Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. We focused on the inward turn of consciousness, or the movement from the great gods ...