Phoenix from the Ashes: The Literature of the Remade World

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NOTES
1.
The reader who is aware of the literature on creativity may note with some dismay the lack of conviction these theories and explanations offer, even when written by the most outstandingly creative people.
2.
Carl Jung, Flying Saucers ( Princeton, N.J.: Bollingen Series, 1978), p. 17.
3.
Ibid.
4.
Ernest Becker, The Denial of Death ( New York: Free Press, 1975), p. 63.
5.
Avery D. Weisman, The Coping Capacity ( New York: Human Sciences Press, 1984), p. xii.
7.
Carl Goldberg, In Defense of Narcissism: The Creative Self in Search of Meaning ( New York: Gardner Press, 1980), pp. 68-80. See especially the section entitled "The Passionate Self," pp. 77-79.
8.
Anatole Broyard, "Life before Death," New York Times, June 9, 1982.
9.
Carl Goldberg, To Be a Psychotherapist--The Journey of the Healer ( New York: Gardner Press, 1985). The entire volume is devoted to the issue of personal journey.
10.
Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces ( Princeton, N.J.: Bollingen Series, 1968), p. 6.
13.
Daniel J. Levinson, The Seasons of a Man's Life ( New York: Ballantine Books, 1978), pp. 251-56.
14.
Carl Goldberg, "Courage and Fanaticism: The Charismatic Leader and Modern Religious Cults," in Psychodynamic Perspectives on Religion, Sect and Cult, ed. David A. Halperin ( Boston: John Wright, 1983). See especially pp. 164-167, 176-79.
15.
Bruno Bettelheim, The Uses of Enchantment ( New York: Vintage, 1977), pp. 3- 19.
16.
Campbell, p. 11.
17.
Stanley Kunitz, "The Presence of Myth in Contemporary Life," Conference Presentation at the New School for Social Research, New York, October 1984.
18.
Susanne K. Langer, Mind: An Essay on Human Feelings, vol. 1 ( Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1967), pp. 59-61, 63-64, 67-69.
19.
S. Kopp, If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him! ( New York: Bantam Books, 1976), p. 12.
20.
Erich Fromm, The Forgotten Language ( New York: Grove Press, 1951). p. 10.
21.
Joan Halifax, Shamanic Voices: A Survey of Visionary Narratives ( New York: Dutton, 1979), p. 6.
22.
Campbell, p. 4.
23.
Carl G. Jung, "Approaching the Unconscious," in Man and His Symbols, Jung, M.-L. von Franz, Joseph L. Henderson, Jolande Jacobe, and Aniela Jaffe ( New York: Dell, 1975), p. 75.
24.
Halifax, pp. 10-11.
25.
Otto Rank, "The Myth of the Birth of the Hero." In The Myth of the Birth of the Hero and Other Writings, ed. Philip Freund ( New York: Vintage, 1964). See especially the section entitled "The Interpretation of Myths," pp. 65-96, where this concept is discussed in detail.

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