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Results from the Pages of Joseph Campbell
Results from the Collected Works of Joseph Campbell
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Results from the Collected Lectures of Joseph Campbell
- A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Audio: Lecture III.1.2)
- Finnegans Wake (Audio: Lecture III.1.5)
- Modern Myths of Quest (Audio: Lecture II.6.1)
- On the Wings of Art (Audio: Lecture III.1.1)
- The Way of Beauty (Audio: Lecture II.5.6)
- Thomas Mann and James Joyce (Audio: Lecture II.1.7)
- Ulysses Part 1 (Audio: Lecture III.1.3)
- Ulysses Part 2 (Audio: Lecture III.1.4)
Results from the Quotations of Joseph Campbell
- I don’t know why it is that people talking about the flight of the artist always refer to Icarus and not to Daedalus. Icarus flew too high, the wax on his wings melted, and he fell into the ocean. The sentiment on most people’s part seems to be that artists can’t make it. Well, Daedalus did. Joyce was an optimist with respect to the capacity of a competent artist to achieve release.
- Life is joyful just as it is. I don’t believe there was anybody who intended it, but this is the way it is. James Joyce has a memorable line: 'History is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.' And the way to wake from it is not to be afraid, and to recognize that all of this, as it is, is a manifestation of the horrendous power that is of all creation. The ends of things are always painful. But pain is part of there being a world at all … I will participate in the game. It is a wonderful, wonderful opera – except that it hurts.
- Life is joyful just as it is. I don’t believe there was anybody who intended it, but this is the way it is. James Joyce has a memorable line: 'History is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.' And the way to wake from it is not to be afraid, and to recognize that all of this, as it is, is a manifestation of the horrendous power that is of all creation. The ends of things are always painful. But pain is part of there being a world at all.
- So I came back to New York in 1929 and Booommm! . . . I wanted to write, I wanted to be an anthropologist – I didn’t know what! A new world was around. So I said, “To hell with it, Columbia!” I’m writing short stories. I discover American literature, Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, the whole bunch. Hemingway just knocks me over, those early things of his – In Our Time, Men Without Women, The Sun Also Rises. Like every callow young author, I wanted to write like him; meanwhile Joyce was interesting. Five years, no job! . . . Writing stories nobody would buy.
- There is one phrase in Finnegans Wake that seems to me to epitomize the whole sense of Joyce. He says, "Oh Lord, heap mysteries upon us, but entwine our work with laughter low." And this is the sense of the Buddhist bodhisattva: joyful participation in the sorrows of the world.
- This is what Joyce called the monomyth: an archetypal story that springs from the collective unconscious. Its motifs can appear not only in myth and literature, but, if you are sensitive to it, in the working out of the plot of your own life. The basic story of the hero journey involves giving up where you are, going into the realm of adventure, coming to some kind of symbolically rendered realization, and then returning to the field of normal life.
Results from the Myth Blasts of Joseph Campbell
- A Lovely Nothing
- Myth-oh!-logies of Re-turning: or, Finnegan’s Awake Again
- A Joycean Affair in June. Or July.
- Almosting It: The Paradox of James Joyce
- Art as Revelation
- Flowers, Death, and the Mythology of Horror Films: A Midsommar Night’s Dream
- Forsaking the Easy for the Harder Pleasures
- Joyce, Campbell, and Jim Morrison
- Mythic Mavericks
- Practical Campbell: Original Campbell
- Reawakening Wonder
- Searching For The Pimander In The Midst Of Coronavirus: Redefining Relationships in This Dark Night
- The Air We Breathe
- The Birth of Tenderness
- The Communitas of Story
- The Grateful Dead, Adult Entertainment, and Native Tongues
- The Secret Cause
- Thus Were the Meditations of the Serviceable Mind
- What Will Be, Is
- Why We Rise
- MythBlast | King, Campbell, and the Ecstasy of Being
- NewsBlast | Thank You – Bringing JCF into a New Year
- NewsBlast | Two New Audio Lectures from Mythic Ideas and Modern Culture
- The Holiness of the Heart’s Affections
- The River Erdman
- The Sacrificial Wheel of Fortune
- To Be Among You: The Mystery of Love
- UFO: A Living Myth of Transformation
- Visionary Creativity