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The ancient play, Antigone, connects to Carl Jung’s interpretations of myths as a reflection of the collective unconsciousness and archetypes by using the underlying theme of fearing the gods and the actions of the characters. According to the textbook, Classical Mythology, archetypes are ingrained behaviors that characters will present during the novel, play, or movie, and the characters in Antigone are a clear example of animus and shadow (Morford 9). It also defines a collective unconsciousness as “a revelation of the continuing psychic tendencies of society,” in other words, the same thought processes occurring in different individuals throughout a society (Ibid). The collective unconsciousness in Antigone is clear: fear the gods. It
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