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Fri Mar 21 17:04:15 2014 UTClccn-n800015010.27The Brontës : Branwell, Anne, Emily, Charlotte /0.401.00The exile archetype in Nelly Sach's poetry /108291143n 80001501384212Knapp, Bettina.Knapp, Bettina, 1926-Knapp, Bettina, 1926-2010Knapp, Bettina L.Knapp, Bettina L. (Bettina Liebowitz), 1926-Knapp, Bettina L. (Bettina Liebowitz), 1926-2010Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzKnapp, Bettina Liebowitz, 1926-Knapp, Bettine, 1926-Knapp Liebowitz, Bettina, 1926-Kʻo-na-pʻa, Pei-ti-no, 1926-2010Liebowitz, Bettina, 1926-2010Liebowitz Knapp, Bettina 1926-lccn-n79003358Jung, C. G.(Carl Gustav)1875-1961lccn-n77016973Amoia, Alba della Faziaedtlccn-n79060478Genet, Jean1910-1986lccn-n79007043Cocteau, Jean1889-1963lccn-n79041785Nin, Anaïs1903-1977auilccn-n79026785Zola, Émile1840-1902np-bronte familyBrontë familylccn-n79039731Artaud, Antonin1896-1948lccn-n85050040Dorval, Marie1798-1849lccn-n79029745Poe, Edgar Allan1809-1849Knapp, Bettina Liebowitz1926-2010Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBio-bibliographyHistoryLiteratureWomen--MythologyWomen and religionFranceAuthorsMulticulturalismJung, C. G.--(Carl Gustav),WomenPsychoanalysis and literatureAuthors, AmericanGenet, Jean,Psychoanalysis and fairy talesFairy talesSymbolism in fairy talesCocteau, Jean,Nin, Anaïs,Women and literatureUnited StatesZola, Émile,Multiculturalism in literatureAuthors, EnglishEnglish literatureBrontë familyActorsArtaud, Antonin,Archetype (Psychology) in literatureAuthors, FrenchDorval, Marie,Poe, Edgar Allan,Maeterlinck, Maurice,Crane, Stephen,Literature, Modern--Bio-bibliographyCamus, Albert,Racine, Jean,French drama (Tragedy)Voltaire,Stein, Gertrude,Archetype (Psychology)Theatrical producers and directorsBrontë, Patrick Branwell,Brontë, Charlotte,Brontë, Anne,Brontë, Emily,Literature, ModernWomen as literary charactersKnapp, Bettina Liebowitz,Sachs, NellyHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) in literatureJews as literary charactersExiles in literature1926201019501955195719581961196419651966196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200220032004200520062007200937673126518BBL325.F4ocn002365748ocn000987320ocn001044729ocn004322047ocn006418001ocn462155873ocn470351339ocn442208332ocn744973214ocn468277966ocn002545899ocn007285667ocn460110885ocn576339034ocn469336943ocn081705017203410ocn042855255file19960.33Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzWomen in mythExplores the role of women in ancient societies through analysis of the myths from nine cultures: Egyptian, Sumerian, Greek, Roman, Hebrew, Christian, Hindu, Japanese, and Chinese+-+491689642518109ocn042855219file19970.35Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzWomen, myth, and the feminine principle"The book begins by probing the "Divine Feminine" in Tibet's Gesar of Ling, one of the most fascinating myths of all time. Especially intriguing is the hero's seemingly continuous dependency on the feminine principle for guidance. The heroine in Kalidasa's Sanskrit drama, Sakuntala focuses on the obstacles set in Sakuntala's earthly trajectory, and how these were instrumental in her evolution from the stage of passive, unconscious, and withdrawn archetypal Maiden to that of the conscious, decisive, strong spiritual Mother. To explore the highly complex personalities of Kriemhild and Brunhild in the High German Nibelungenlied is to enter the realm of sun and shadow, the lightened regions of consciousness and the deep interiors of primal darkness. Quiche Mayas's Popul Vuh introduces a primordial couple as active participants in the creation of humankind while Racine's Phaedra projects the dramatist's own gnawing religious conflicts onto his mythical heroine: questions of guilt, remorse, anguish, and fatality/predestination. Yeats's Irish/Celtic feminist and heroine, Deirdre, underscores her inner strength, fortitude, and courage in the face of death while I.B. Singer's "Yentl the Yeshivah Boy" depicts the struggle confronting a young girl from an orthodox Polish Jewish family as she attempts to break out of an ultrapatriarchal society."--BOOK JACKET+-+K27089642516328ocn044954641com19840.47Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzA Jungian approach to literature149916ocn000342023book19680.47Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzJean GenetCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Jean Genet139918ocn000095125book19700.47Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzJean CocteauCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Jean Cocteau13929ocn055753680file20020.35Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzFrench fairy tales a Jungian approach+-+K41909642513918ocn057447844file20020.39Multicultural writers from antiquity to 1945 a bio-bibliographical sourcebookBio-bibliographyBiographyThe final decades of the 20th century have seen an explosion of interest in multiculturalism. But multiculturalism is more than an awareness of the different cultures comprising contemporary societies. For centuries, people from around the world have come in contact with cultures other than their own, and their exposure to multiple cultures has fostered their creativity and ability to make lasting contributions to civilization. The effects of multiculturalism are especially apparent in literature, since writers tend to be particularly aware of their environments and record their experiences. This reference includes alphabetically arranged entries for more than 100 world writers from antiquity to 1945, who were significantly influenced by cultures other than their own. Included are entries for major canonical Ancient and Modern writers of the Western and Eastern worlds. Each entry is written by an expert contributor and includes a brief biography, a discussion of multicultural themes and contexts, a summary of the writer's critical reception, and primary and secondary bibliographies.; By illuminating the shaping influence of multiculturalism on these writers, the volume points to the lasting value of multiculturalism in the contemporary world+-+2231588685128511ocn004492438book19770.29Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzAnaïs NinHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc10556ocn005990570book19800.29Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzÉmile ZolaCriticism, interpretation, etc10086ocn023253781book19910.27Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzThe Brontës : Branwell, Anne, Emily, CharlotteCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA full account of the lives and careers of the Brontë̈ sisters and their troubled but gifted brother, showing how their writings helped to sustain them during their sufferings and sorrows95622ocn000009261book19690.56Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzAntonin Artaud; man of visionBiography8826ocn165099062com20070.50Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzMarie Dorval France's theatrical wonder : a book for actorsBiographyTo trace the life of Marie Dorval through the turbulences and exhilarations of her epoch is to engage not just with the genesis and the full flowering of a rare theatrical genius but also with the teeming literary, emotional, economic and material dramas in which such a genius is implacably embroiled. Dumas, Vigny, Hugo, Sand, Gautier and many others mingle their creative and affective energies with Dorval's in a ceaseless dynamic interplay. But to read Bettina Knapp's exceptional story is to realize too the so easily overlooked backcloth to life in Marie Dorval's times: poverty, the need to w+-+278675795432485811ocn010506196book19840.28Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzEdgar Allan PoeBiography8528ocn052047370book20030.47Multicultural writers since 1945 : an A-to-Z guideBio-bibliographyBiography"The political circumstances following World War II exposed many people to other cultures. This reference discusses the experiences of writers active since 1945 who were shaped by cultures other than their own." "Included are alphabetically arranged entries for more than 100 writers, including Chinua Achebe, W. H. Auden, Mircea Eliade, Jamaica Kincaid, Salman Rushdie, and Elie Wiesel. The profiled authors either lived in another culture voluntarily or were wrenched from one culture into another. Each entry includes a brief biography, a discussion of multicultural themes in the writer's works, a review of criticism, and primary and secondary bibliographies. The volume closes with a selected, general bibliography. The reference demonstrates the value of multicultural experiences in the lives of writers around the world and fosters a greater appreciation of cultural diversity."--BOOK JACKET+-+03315886858329ocn001054241book19750.47Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzMaurice MaeterlinckCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Maurice Maeterlinck8197ocn014692636book19870.27Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzStephen CraneCriticism, interpretation, etcBriefly traces the life of the nineteenth century American writer, examines his major novels, tales, and poems, and discusses the themes and style of his work7986ocn017650934book19880.47Critical essays on Albert CamusCriticism, interpretation, etc7808ocn000162570book19710.53Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzJean Racine: mythos and renewal in modern theaterCriticism, interpretation, etc7575ocn042692180book20000.47Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzVoltaire revisitedCriticism, interpretation, etcThis book presents biographical information on Voltaire's life and critical interpretation and discussion of his works+-+89816205357447ocn020630936book19900.37Knapp, Bettina LiebowitzGertrude SteinBiography11ocn070305383book19901.00MacIsaac, Bernadette M. 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