Carol Pearson’s work following Carl Jung offers us a way to transform our understanding of our own lives, and also how we read the narratives we have so long been taught. I review her strategies for using the archetypes and review her online assessment tool, the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator.
A reading of “Clarimonde,” an appropriately creepy story befitting the tradition of Winter Solstice ghost stories. This story in French is titled “La Morte Amoureuse.”
Are writers responsible or accountable for what they write? What about readers for what we interpret? How a writer’s use of narration can create irony.
How do digital art experiences change our reading of original works? Should they be considered a new genre to read?
Why do we defend a canonical “original?” Where does such an idea come from? We discuss what we mean to place a text with authority and visit The Lord of the Rings and “Fur Elise” along the way.
How does one read a story which creates its own rules? What else should we ever do? A sociological look at Adichie’s intersectionality.