archetypal


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representing or constituting an original type after which other similar things are patterned

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If a couple's archetypal journey gets out of sync, their relationship can suffer.
Jacobi (1999) defines archetypes as factors and motifs that arrange the psychic elements into certain images characterized as archetypal but in such a way that they can be recognized only from the effects they produce.
The first full-length literary criticism that uses Jungian concepts in the study of literature is Maud Bodkin's Archetypal Patterns in Poetry (1934) which demonstrated the author's interest in the way in which ancient symbolism is replicated in works across a long period of time.
Archetypal life themes may be used not only to predict personal preferences, but also how we interact socially with others through our interests, and how we identify with archetypal characters," they said.
The first Lurianic premise is that the "feminine," wherever she be found (see Figure 1, opposite the title page of this article)--whether as male in relation to female, archetypal woman in relation to archetypal man, creation in relation to G-d--is always in motion.
Historically, women have been placed under an aesthetic gaze and therefore have had to live up to archetypal feminine stereotypes that were extremely difficult to achieve.
Holcombe falters only when she leans on heavy-handed sentiment, as in The Proprietor (all works 2005), a visual polemic about an archetypal scheming white male politician.
But the students aren't looking for the archetypal dorm room.
And if you've never quite gotten over your hankering for the archetypal '70s guy, may we suggest an evening curled up with Sam Elliott and Parker Stevenson, circa 1976, filling their Speedos in the dopey but delicious Lifeguard (Paramount, $14.
Archetypal characters from across Wilson's works - men both wayward and progressive - wander in and out of the redevelopment office that is ``Radio Golf's'' home base.
Most of the population lives in a Mediterranean central belt and the vernacular architecture of this region reflects the archetypal practice of mediating between interior and exterior domains, with buildings traditionally organised around cool patio courtyards and wide, covered verandas.
Webber provides a complete history of Harryhausen's cinematic work that rises to the level of archetypal scholarship, including an informative perspective on the paleontological accuracy of the saurians from a contemporary perspective given the advances of paleontology over the past few decades.
The archetypal strong, black grandmother shows what a force such a figure can be in a child's and, eventually, a woman's life.
While blaxploitation pictures ruled the urban grindhouses, providing heroes and myths for those trapped in the inner cities," he writes, "hick flicks dominated the drive-in circuit, bringing their own set of archetypal figures to flyover country.
Lynn, who also serves on TEI's Executive Committee, is the archetypal TEI member, someone who is continually giving back to the tax community and thereby enriching the TEI network.