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I do agree that there is no ‘being’ an archetypal figure but there is driving toward such a figure unconsciously…

My response is not going to be as methodical as yours Mark but I think that no person can ever be what literary scholars might call ‘a motif’ – a word I’d associate to ‘archetypal figure’. No one ever says that (although in ‘sloppy’ ways, as you say, they might). What someone might be processing toward in...

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