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"The Black Cat" in the Perspective of Myth-archetype Criticism

Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most unique writers in America.It was until 20th century that the importance of Poe's literary creations had been recognized extensively by the academic world.Many of his works have been analyzed as the psychological materials.His short stories "The Black Cat" is one of the most classic horror novels which also has been criticized from the dark side of human being in psychology,however,this essay aims to analysis "The Black Cat" in the perspective of myth-archetype criticism which can lift up readers' mind on a broader perspective.Also,the ancient Greek mythology and Christian thought which will help us to understand his other works easily and make us know more about his particular contribution to the world literary history.
【CateGory Index】: I712
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