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Mosaic I Second Assignment Option One: Don’t Dream It’s Over Length : two-three pages (Times New Roman font, 12 point, double-spaced). Grade : 15% of your course grade Due : Monday, October 25 via email ([email protected]). Papers will be marked down by one grade increment (e.g. B to B-) for every day late. Perform a Freudian interpretation of one of Gilgamesh’s dreams. Model Freud’s analysis on Freud’s own, sticking to his premises, goals, even biases. Frame your interpretation as a fly-on-the-wall transcript of a private session between physician and king. This might, naturally, include: the mobilization of Gilgamesh’s defense mechanisms; or an exercise in free association; or an exploration of Gilgamesh’s childhood; etc. The standard version of the epic itself is susceptible to psychoanalytical treatment; it’s full of “slips” after all (the lacunae—the missing words or phrases). Feel free to work these in somehow. What would Freud say about these perhaps meaningful silences or mistakes?
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