Psychoanalytic Ideas And Shakespeare By Inge Wise And Maggie Mills
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This essay is on the book Psychoanalytic Ideas and Shakespeare, edited by Inge Wise and Maggie Mills, Published by Karnac Books , London , 2006 ; research and descriptions by numerous authors who wrote on the writing works of Shakespeare, Freud’s work on the psychological works on Shakespeare in general are used throughout the book . The authors focus on psychopathic fiction characters in six plays Hamlet, Macbeth, twilight nights, King Lear, and the Tempest. The book when you read the reviews and the induction of the book is very misleading, the book should be called interpretations of other authors who have a written on the psychoanalytic some of Shakespeare 's major plays. Whenever Mill and Wise that would give their analysis of what the train meant, to me did not make sense and the same with some of the authors in the book.
The Authors (Mills and Wise) Inge Wise trained in marital and adult psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic prior to becoming a psychoanalyst and a member of the British Psycho-Analytic Society. She works in private practice, lectures, teaches and supervises in this country and abroad. She studied English, French and Spanish Literature and worked as a simultaneous interpreter. She started the "Psychoanalytic Ideas Series" which she edits with Professor Paul Williams.
Maggie Mills studied Jurisprudence at Oxford, trained at the Royal Free Hospital in London, and then worked as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist