Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – Exercise 2

*cover photo of “Φιλήμων”(Philemon) from Carl G. Jung’s “The Red Book”, 1915-1930, published in 2009   VILLAIN  Known also as the Villain or the anti-hero, I never considered the villain as necessarily bad. They served their own purposes and needs. The villain has the freedom to experience and do things that the protagonist cannot. Often… Read More Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – Exercise 2

Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – RESEARCH POINT

In a previous post about William S. Burroughs’ work I happened to do light research on post modernism and vignettes. From what I gather, in post-modernism art is dissected, contextualized under the frame of contemporary reality with a non-linear narrative. Samuel Beckett is all that and then some more, often with a sense of unfulfillment, a doubtful… Read More Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – RESEARCH POINT

Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – Exercise 1 (B’ part)

…continuing from “Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – Exercise 1 (A’ part)” found here. “GRID” Being the gentleman I am, I let a woman with her two kids walk pass me in the corridors of Manpower Employment Organization offices. The lobby was modern and equally chilly with designated signs… Read More Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – Exercise 1 (B’ part)

Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – Exercise 1 (A’ part)

William S. Burroughs’ biographical Naked Lunch was adapted into a film in 1991. Since it was too difficult to find the book -for free- I decided to watch the movie instead even though it doesn’t exactly follow the same story. In other words, here is the 12 stages of the hero’s journey in David Cronenberg’s… Read More Part two: Creative reading – Project 2 – The hero’s journey – Exercise 1 (A’ part)