Archetype, Architecture, and the Writer

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Index
Absolute, the, 52, 147-48
Acausality, 16, 17, 145
Agamemnon (Aeschylus), xi-xii
Air shafts, 100, 104, 106, 108
Alienation, 49, 170-71, 191; in The Castle, 68, 74, 79
Alphabet, 106, 121. See also Letters
Amaterasu, 114-15, 168, 172, 173, 175, 176
Androgyny, 87, 186, 199 n.6
Anima image, 136, 159; in "In a Flemish Garden," 125, 133, 138-42, 143, 144, 146; in "Jolly Corner," 27, 31-32, 36-37, 39, 43-44; in Master Builder, 7, 9, 10; in Temple of the Golden Pavilion, 174, 176, 178-79, 182-83, 186. See also Feminine principle
Ansky, S. ( S. Z. Rappaport), 45; "The Tower of Rome," xv, 45-66
Anxiety, 15, 19, 133, 178
Archetype: defined, vi, 17, 147
Architectural archetype, vi-xvi, 193
Ariosto: Orlando Furioso, xii-xiii
Aristotle, viii, 26, 59
Ark of the Covenant, 59
Autumn, 29, 31, 133
Aztecs, 127, 130-33, 135-37, 140, 143-44
Balzac, Honoré de, xiv, 127
Bamboo, 160, 166
Baptism, 90
Barriers: in "In a Flemish Garden," 129, 140; in "Library of Babel," 108-109, 116; in Romance of the Western Chamber, 153, 157
Beauty, 156, 169; in Temple of the Golden Pavilion, 170-71, 174, 175, 179, 185, 188, 191
Beckett, Samuel, 68, 82
Bells, 38, 89, 98
Binding (knotting) factor, 48, 60, 65, 196 n.24
Birds, 18, 173-74
Black, 58-59, 91, 92-93, 121
Black Fire, 58, 121
Blackness, 156, 180, 184, 190, 191
Blindness, 15, 16-17, 112
Blood, 131, 144, 164, 165, 188-89; in "Tower of Rome," 50, 52-53, 58, 66
Blood sacrifice, 131, 136
Blood Wedding ( Lorca), 85
Blue, 97
Book of the Dead, The, 113, 197 n.3
Books, 197 n-3; in "Library of Babel," 100, 103-104, 109, 116, 118
Borges, Jorge Luis, 100-102, 112, 123-24; "The Library of Babel," xv-xvi, 100-24
Breath, 108, 133-34
Buddha, 148, 185-86, 191
Buddhism, 19, 118, 148-49, 151-56, 160, 165, 167. See also Zen Buddhism
Carlotta, 128, 142, 143-44, 146
Castle, The ( Kafka), xv, 67, 69-83
Castles, xiii-xiv, 9, 14; in Castle, xv, 67-68, 70-72, 74, 75-81; in Intruder, 13, 15, 16, 25-26
Castration, 98, 172, 176, 189, 190
Chamber. See Room
Chance, 15, 17, 100, 119-20, 124
Chaos, 37-38, 54, 64, 155
Chinese theater, 149, 154, 198 n.8
Chinese tradition, 147-67, 176; and Pi, 59, 196 n.21
Christianity, 73, 87, 89-91, 111, 118
Churches: in Master Builder, 3-4, 5-6
Circles, 58-59, 135, 151, 157, 171
Clocks, 18, 19, 141
Coffer, 58-61, 65
Coldness, 20, 131, 141, 144, 158
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, xiv
Collective unconscious, vi-vii, xii, 57, 119, 192; in "In a Flemish Garden," 136; in "Jolly Corner," 28-31, 43; in "Library of Babel," 100, 101, 107-109, 112, 116
Color, 20, 58-60, 72-73, 131, 165. See also colors by name
Confucianism, 148-49, 150, 154, 156, 157, 159-61, 164, 167
Consciousness, x-xi, 17, 111, 113-14, 117, 177; in Castle, 67, 71, 75; in House of Bernarda Alba, 85, 87, 91; in "In a Flemish Garden," 130, 132, 134-38, 140, 145, 146; in "Jolly Corner," 27, 28, 31, 34, 37, 40, 43; and Kabbalah, 101; in "Library of Babel," 100, 108; in Maeterlinck's plays, 13, 16, 26; and numbers, 38, 44; in Romance of the Western Chamber, 149, 152; in Temple of the Golden Pavilion, 176, 180; in "Tower of Rome," 47, 49, 52, 55-56, 57
Crown, 49-50, 52-54, 58, 62-66, 143
Daedalus, viii, 6, 12
Darkness, 20, 22, 88, 156; in "Jolly Cor-

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