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Absent mothers and orphaned fathers

narcissism and abjection in Lessing"s aesthetic and dramatic production

by Susan E. Gustafson

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Published by Wayne State University Press in Detroit .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, 1729-1781 -- Aesthetics.,
  • Psychoanalysis and literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-308) and index.

    StatementSusan E. Gustafson.
    SeriesKritik, Kritik (Detroit, Mich.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPT2415 .G87 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination314 p. ;
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1112459M
    ISBN 100814325033
    LC Control Number94038323

    About Absent Fathers & Child Behavior. Written by Martha Holden. Mothers, caregivers, teachers and the child’s environment all play critical roles in nurturing a well-rounded child 1. In instances where the father work or stays away from the child, he can still involve himself in the child’s life through regular communication. This. Myth -- Mothers perpetrate more child abuse than fathers, which is one reason that children are at more risk of abuse in father-absent homes. Fact: "Children living with their only their mothers experienced maltreatment under the Harm Standard at a rate of per 1, children.

      Gordon MacRae draws a troubling corollary between absent fathers and burgeoning prisons. Wade Horn, Ph.D., President of the National Fatherhood Initiative, had an intriguing article entitled “Of Elephants and Men” in a recent issue of Fatherhood Today magazine.   An absent father is incapable or unavailable to provide his child with the fundamentals to develop a healthy character esteem and identity. Gill: You’ve been studying and researching the effects of absent fathers on children and adults for over 30 years. This looks like a lot of determination.

    Susan Gustafson served as a lecturer at colleges and universities, including Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities, University of Texas at Austin, and University of Delaware. book. Absent Mothers and Orphaned Fathers: Narcissism and Abjection in Lessing’s Dramatic Production (Kritik: German. Children raised by single mothers are more likely to fare worse on a number of dimensions, including their school achievement, their social and emotional development, their health, and their success in the labor market. They are at greater risk of.


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Gustafson Page. Find all Author: Susan E. Gustafson. Books shelved as absent-father: Sparrow Road by Sheila O'Connor, In One Person by John Irving, Because of Mr. Terupt by Rob Buyea, Fun Home: A Family Tra. Get this from a library. Absent mothers and orphaned Absent mothers and orphaned fathers book narcissism and abjection in Lessing's aesthetic and dramatic production.

[Susan E Gustafson] -- "Gustafson provides a comprehensive overview of Lessing's comments on the structure and purpose of the domestic tragedy within the context of his Laokoon essay, demonstrating that the fundamental.

The formatting in this book is very disorganized with extra large text that stops mid-sentence and continues on the next page for the entire book. The story itself was mediocre and I really didn't like the false hope that it gave that Daddy would come around "one day", setting up a very unlikely expectation for the child to hold onto for their /5(8).

Absent Mothers and Orphaned Fathers: Narcissism and Abjection in Lessing's Aesthetic and Dramatic Production. Wayne State UP, Kritik: German Literary Theory and Cultural Studies.

Articles and Book Chapters "Lessing's Free-play of Imagination in the Laocoon," forthcoming in. I found this an extremely well-written book.

Whilst there is clearly a self-help aspect to this book, it doesn't feel superficial or unrealistic as I find some other books that address the same issues.I initially did find it triggering with the listing of what is good mothering and good mother messages - known, but a lot to take in and really hold and contemplate at once/5.

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Gustafson. As many of you know, Mother’s Day in the United States is this upcoming Sunday. (If you didn’t know, there’s still plenty of time to buy a card!) I wanted to do a post about mothers in Gothic lit, but I realized there aren’t many.

One of the most prolific tropes of the Gothic genre is Continue reading Gothic Tropes: Absent Mothers—A Mother’s Day Post. While having grown up without a father may increase the risk of social, emotional and financial difficulties that follow boys into adulthood, most boys eventually learn to cope and grow into well-adjusted men.

It has also been shown that it is better to have been raised in a safe home where father wasn't present than to be in a home where.

Much has been written and debated on lone mothers. However little has been discussed about non-resident fathers. Absent Fathers is part of a growing literature on men and masculinities and takes this debate further.

Drawn from one of the best social policy units in the UK and results from the current ESRC Programme on Population and Household Change, it will provide a text for undergraduates. The CMS charges mothers £20 – and if fathers don’t pay, they get their earnings attached plus a 20% extra penalty collection fee.

Outrageously unfairly, mothers also get 4% docked off the sum. My absent father was said to be cut from the same angular, dark-haired, hypermasculine pattern. The war may not actually have been a constant topic of conversation in Author: Jane Smiley.

The child's age, gender, and strength of other family relationships all influence the effects of an absent mother figure. The stronger a child's bond was with the now-absent mother figure, the more severe the effects of her absence will be, according to Gerlach.

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DW Wilson's top 10 absent fathers in literature I do not have an absent father. an absent dad serves as little more than a technicality by which I can draw your attention to a book of Author: DW Wilson. Absent parents can ensure a magical or royal lineage remains secret. An absent, unknown parent can later be revealed in a plot twist (“Luke, I am your father!”).

Fairy tales often feature absent parents and evil step-mothers (and many fantasy stories are inspired by fairy tales). Missing, dead, disappeared, or otherwise absent mothers haunt us and the stories we tell ourselves. Our literature, from fairytales like Cinderella and The Little Mermaid to popular narratives like Cheryl Strayed’s recent book Wild, is peopled with motherless children.

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Only a generation or two ago, illegitimacy was one of the most shameful things that could happen in a family. Absent Mothers and Orphaned Fathers by Susan Gustafson, associate professor of modern languages and cultures. Wayne State University Press.

Wayne State University Press. The American Fund for Public Service: Charles Garland and Radical Philanthropy, by. What I like this book: This is a beautiful and heartwarming story for children experiencing the loss or absence of a father.

Susan Kerner gives no specific reason for a loss in her lovely rhyming text. Fathers may be absent for many reasons like work, military deployments, divorce, incarceration, and death.

The title of this post comes from the first two chapters of the book – Going Mad to Stay Sane: The Psychology of Self-Destructive Behaviour by Andy White, and the author has a blog – Andy White – Narcissism and The Fruits of Suffering. It is one of my favourite books as it explained my parents to me so well and so clearly that there were moments when I wondered if the author knew them as.In his brilliant and illuminating book, Real Boys, William Pollack describes the code of masculinity and the often unwitting role mothers play in enforcing it.

He calls this process fitting boys.Absent Mothers and Orphaned Fathers: Narcissism and Abjection in Lessing's Aesthetic and Dramatic Production.

By Susan E. Gustafson, Detroit: Wayne State University Press, Pp. $ This substantial study rereads Lessing's most famous plays, the bourgeois trage dies Mi? Sara Sampson and Emilia Galota, and the dramatic poem Nathan.