Book Fare Presents
by James Joyce
from his book of short stories, “The Dubliners”
“One of the greatest short stories ever written.” – T.S. Eliot
“The finest short story in the English language.” – The New York Times
Sunday, March 10, 2019 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute, 32841 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills
Discussant: Loretta Polish, Ph.D.
“In a Book Fare program, you come out of the insightful and congenial discussion with a deeper understanding of the book, a feeling of satisfaction, eager to learn more and to return for another session.”
– Jean-Paul Pegeron, M.D., Ann Arbor
The comparison of person growth through an epiphany and personal growth through psychoanalytic treatment has rarely been addressed in psychoanalytic literature.
Upon Completion of this activity:
Participants will characterize and discuss the concept of “epiphany” as illustrated in “The Dead” by James Joyce.
Participants will recognize the process of working through the tensions of illusion and reality in psychoanalytic treatment.
Participants will discuss the prerequisites of growth in their patients.
No advance registration required.