Merlin Versus Faust: Contending Archetypes in Western Culture (Paperback)Charlott Spivack (editor)
Paperback 225 Pages / Published: 01/10/1992
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In all the essays given in this collection, the dynamic of the rival magicians is demonstrated to be as forceful in the society of the late-20th century as it was in their medieval and Renaissance beginnings. Essays include "Acceptance and Assertion in Merlin and Faust", "Good Wizard/Bad Wizard: Merlin and Faust Archetypes in Contemporary Children's Literature", "Cinematic Representations", "Yeats's Merlin-Faust Design in The Countess Cathleen", and many more.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 225
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