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Joseph Campbell, The Hero With A Thousand Faces (Commemorative Edition)

Joseph Campbell, "The Hero With A Thousand Faces (Commemorative Edition)"
Bollingen | 2004 | ISBN: 0691119244 | 493 pages | siPDF | 7.8 MB

Joseph Campbell's classic cross-cultural study of the hero's journey has inspired millions and opened up new areas of research and exploration. Originally published in 1949, the book hit the New York Times best-seller list in 1988 when it became the subject of The Power of Myth, a PBS television special. Now, this legendary volume, re-released in honor of the 100th anniversary of the author's birth, promises to capture the imagination of a new generation of readers.

The first popular work to combine the spiritual and psychological insights of modern psychoanalysis with the archetypes of world mythology, the book creates a roadmap for navigating the frustrating path of contemporary life. Examining heroic myths in the light of modern psychology, it considers not only the patterns and stages of mythology but also its relevance to our lives today—and to the life of any person seeking a fully realized existence.

Myth, according to Campbell, is the projection of a culture's dreams onto a large screen; Campbell's book, like Star Wars, the film it helped inspire, is an exploration of the big-picture moments from the stage that is our world. Offered for the first time with beautifully restored illustrations and a bibliography of cited works, it provides unparalleled insight into world mythology from diverse cultures. It is a must-have resource for both experienced students of mythology and the explorer just beginning to approach myth as a source of knowledge.

Amazon.com Review
Originally written by Campbell in the '40s—in his pre-Bill Moyers days—and famous as George Lucas' inspiration for "Star Wars," this book will likewise inspire any writer or reader in its well considered assertion that while all stories have already been told, this is *not* a bad thing, since the *retelling* is still necessary. And while our own life's journey must always be ended alone, the travel is undertaken in the company not only of immediate loved ones and primal passion, but of the heroes and heroines—and myth-cycles—that have preceded us.


List of Figures
List of Plates
Preface to the 1949 Edition

Introduction to the 2004 Commemorative Edition: What Does the Soul Want?
 A Preamble
 The Search for the Highest Treasure
 What Does the Soul Truly Want?
 There Must Be a River: Ever and Ever, There Must Be a River
 The Story Function Will Not Die
 In Extremis: The Story Finds a Way
 The Repair Needed In and For This World: Story Can Mend, and Story Can Heal
 The Human Heroic Figure
 The Mythic Question
 The Spirit and the Academic: Joseph Campbell
 The Wild Man and the Wild Woman
 Growing New and Future Generations of Souls
 The Shoulders We Stand On


Prologue: The Monomyth
 1 Myth and Dream
 2 Tragedy and Comedy
 3 The Hero and the God
 4 The World Navel

Part One: The Adventure of the Hero
 I Departure
  1 The Call to Adventure
  2 Refusal of the Call
  3 Supernatural Aid
  4 The Crossing of the First Threshold
  5 The Belly of the Whale
 II Initiation
  1 The Road of Trials
  2 The Meeting with the Goddess
  3 Woman as the Temptress
  4 Atonement with the Father
  5 Apotheosis
  6 The Ultimate Boon
 III Return
  1 Refusal of the Return
  2 The Magic Flight
  3 Rescue from Without
  4 The Crossing of the Return Threshold
  5 Master of the Two Worlds
  6 Freedom to Live
 IV The Keys

Part Two: The Cosmogonic Cycle
 I Emanations
  1 From Psychology to Metaphysics
  2 The Universal Round
  3 Out of the Void—Space
  4 Within Space—Life
  5 The Breaking of the One into the Manifold
  6 Folk Stories of Creation
 II The Virgin Birth
  1 Mother Universe
  2 Matrix of Destiny
  3 Womb of Redemption
  4 Folk Stories of Virgin Motherhood
 III Transformations of the Hero
  1 The Primordial Hero and the Human
  2 Childhood of the Human Hero
  3 The Hero as Warrior
  4 The Hero as Lover
  5 The Hero as Emperor and as Tyrant
  6 The Hero as World Redeemer
  7 The Hero as Saint
  8 Departure of the Hero
 IV Dissolutions
  1 End of the Microcosm
  2 End of the Macrocosm

Epilogue: Myth and Society
 1 The Shapeshifter
 2 The Function of Myth, Cult, and Meditation
 3 The Hero Today


Tags: Mythology, Literature, LiteraryCriticism


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See Also:

Jenny March, "Cassell's Dictionary of Classical Mythology"

Mark P. O. Morford & Robert J. Lenardon, "Classical Mythology (7th Edition)" The most in-depth coverage.

Kevin Osborn & Dana L. Burgess, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Classical Mythology (2nd Edition)"

Pierre Grimal, "The Concise Dictionary of Classical Mythology" The best reference.

Lesley Bolton, "The Everything Classical Mythology Book"

Paul Barber, "Vampires, Burial, and Death: Folklore and Reality"

Maria Tatar, "The Annotated Classic Fairy Tales"

Maria Tatar, "The Classic Fairy Tales (Norton Critical Edition)"

Jack Zipes, "The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales"

Alan Lupack, "The Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature and Legend"

Wayne C. Booth, "The Rhetoric of Fiction (2nd Edition)"

Christopher Vogler, "The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers"

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