M.A. or Ph.D. in
English-Literature Studies:
Interdisciplinary Study of Wallace Stevens

(With a Minor in C. G. Jung and Analytic Psychology)



Wallace Stevens.

American University of Prague

Prague Humanities Institute
All Classes in English


Stevens Studies:                                                   36 credit hrs.


Eng. 600. The Writings & Poetry of Wallace Stevens
Eng. 607. Harmonium, (1923) / Ideas of Order, (1936)
Eng. 617. Owl's Clover, (1936) / The Man with a Blue Guitar, (1937)
Eng. 627. Parts of a World, (1942) / Transport to Summer, (1947)
Eng. 637. The Auroras of Autumn, (1950) / Collected Poems, (1954)
Eng. 647. Opus Posthumous, (1957) / The Palm at the end of the Mind, (1972)
Eng. 657. Collected Poetry and Prose / The Necessary Angel (1951)


21 Credit hrs.


With a Minor in C. G. Jung and Analytic Psychology:


Psy. 605. Introduction to C.G. Jung and Analytic Psychology
Psy. 615. Archetypes, Dreams, and Symbols in C. G. Jung
Psy. 625. Sigmund Freud and the Psychology of Literature
Psy. 635. Psychoanalysis and Shakespeare
Psy. 645. A Psychoanalytic Study of "the Double" in Literature
Psy. 655. The Shakespearean Imagination
Psy. 665. C. G. Jung and the Psychology of Literature

21 Credit hrs.


Thesis Work

(6 Credit hrs.)



Total: 48 Credit hrs.



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