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作者 MacRury, Iain
書名 The Inner World of Doctor Who : Psychoanalytic Reflections in Time and Space
出版項 London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2013
國際標準書號 9781782412069 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (368 pages)
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系列 Psychoanalysis and Popular Culture
Psychoanalysis and Popular Culture
附註 Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Dedication -- ABOUT THE AUTHORS -- NOTE ON AUTHORS' RESPONSIBILITY -- SERIES EDITORS' PREFACE -- PREFACE -- CHAPTER ONE Bigger on the inside -- CHAPTER TWO Fathers and daughters: Father's Day and The Parting of the Ways -- CHAPTER THREE The Doctor and the two World Wars: The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances -- CHAPTER FOUR Doctor Who as romance: The Girl in the Fireplace and Vincent and the Doctor -- CHAPTER FIVE Life and death in Doctor Who: Blink and The Angels Take Manhattan -- CHAPTER SIX Words, symbols, and magic: the Doctor meets "the bard" -- CHAPTER SEVEN Framing mystery: the Doctor meets Agatha Christie -- CHAPTER EIGHT Inside the whale: The Beast Below -- CHAPTER NINE Ordinary stories: The Lodger -- CHAPTER TEN Madman in a box: The Doctor's Wife -- CHAPTER ELEVEN Every time we say goodbye: Closing Time -- CHAPTER TWELVE The story of Amelia Pond -- CONCLUSION Feeling time: narrative and the inner world -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX I -- APPENDIX II -- INDEX
As Doctor Who approaches its fiftieth anniversary recent series have taken the show to new heights in terms of popular appeal and critical acclaim.The Doctor and his TARDIS-driven adventures, along with companions and iconic monsters, are now recognised and enjoyed globally. The time is ripe for a detailed analytic assessment of this cultural phenomenon.Focussing on the most recent television output The Inner World of Doctor Who examines why the show continues to fascinate contemporary audiences. Presenting closely-observed psychoanalytic readings of selected episodes, this book examines why these stories of time travel, monsters, and complex human relationships have been successful in providing such an emotionally rich dramatization of human experience. The Inner World of Doctor Who seeks to explore the multiple cultural and emotional dimensions of the series, moving back and forth from behind the famous sofa, where children remember hiding from scary monsters, and onto the proverbial psychoanalytic couch. The approach that the authors take recognizes the richness that Doctor Who contains, episode by episode and in its culture and mythos, in order to show how Doctor Who adventures can be appreciated in the acknowledgement that both sofa and couch provide lively places from which to enjoy the stories as they continue to unfold for the next fifty years
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: MacRury, Iain The Inner World of Doctor Who : Psychoanalytic Reflections in Time and Space London : Taylor & Francis Group,c2013 9781782200833
主題 aDoctor Who (Television program) -- Psychological aspects.;Television -- Psychological aspects
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Alt Author Rustin, Michael
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