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1 Sigmund Freud: Creative Writing and Daydreaming, Psychoanalysis in Culture Presentation by: Eric McKee and Jon Schenke Teacher Edition Edited By: Dr. Picart Associate Professor of English Courtesy Associate Professor of Law

2 Freud is known as ________________________. What country did Freud come from? What period did he live in?

3 Creative Writers and Daydreaming What is the relationship between creative writers and daydreaming, according to Freud?

4 Childs Play What is the significance of childs play to Freud?

5 Fantasies Put in Two Main Groups Ambition ______________ ______________ ______________ Eroticism ______________ ______________ ______________

6 Question? Do you all agree with Freud that womens fantasies and daydreams are dominated by eroticism, rather than ambition?

7 Similarities between fantasies (daydreams) and dreams Fantasies ______________ ______________ ______________ Dreams ______________ ______________ ______________

8 Relation of Creative Writer to the Daydreamer: Past, Present and Future Present ___________________________ Past ______________________________ Future ____________________________

9 Why the Creative Writer isnt Scrutinized like the Daydreamer __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________

10 Psychoanalysis in Culture

11 Origin of the Incest Taboo ___________________________________ ___________________________________

12 What does Freud mean by: Ambivalence. ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ This love creates ________ after the Deed.

13 Totemism ___________________________________ ___________________________________

14 The Sacrificial Animal The totem animal in reality is a substitute for the ________________. In primitive societies __________ was the only bond inviolable and absolute.

15 The Feast The totem meal was the beginning of: _________________________________

16 Patriarchy is... ___________________________________ ___________________________________

17 Religion Religion is based on the first taboo-- ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________

18 Back to the Deed _________ was based on complicity in the common crime; ________ was based on the sense of guilt and the remorse attaching to it while _________ was based partly on the the exigencies of this society and partly on the penance demanded by the sense of guilt.

19 God the Father God is formed in the likeness of the ________. The totem animal is a ________ ________.

20 The Son The introduction of __________ increased the sons importance in the patriarchal family. In the Christian myth the original sin was the ________________________. Self sacrifice points back to ______________. Atonement with the father was complete since the sacrifice was accompanied by a ___________________________ on whose account the rebellion against the father was started.

21 Greek Tragedy The Hero –must bear the burden of tragic guiltwhich is?

22 Greek Tragedy What role does the chorus play in Greek Tragedy?

23 Links This has more Freud links than you could ever want.


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