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  • Book

    Adler, A.

    Understanding Human Nature

    1927 - New York

    In-text: (Adler, 1927)

    Your Bibliography: Adler, A., 1927. Understanding Human Nature. New York.

  • Book

    Bulgakov, M., Glenny, M. and Mayer, M.

    The master and Margarita

    1967 - Harper & Row - New York

    In-text: (Bulgakov, Glenny and Mayer, 1967)

    Your Bibliography: Bulgakov, M., Glenny, M. and Mayer, M., 1967. The master and Margarita. New York: Harper & Row.

  • Book

    Calvino, I. and Weaver, W.

    If on a winter's night a traveler

    1993 - Knopf - New York

    In-text: (Calvino and Weaver, 1993)

    Your Bibliography: Calvino, I. and Weaver, W., 1993. If on a winter's night a traveler. New York: Knopf.

  • Website

    Hope, A. D.

    The Death Of The Bird - A. D. Hope - Poem - Australian Poetry Library

    1955

    In-text: (Hope, 1955)

    Your Bibliography: Hope, A., 1955. The Death Of The Bird - A. D. Hope - Poem - Australian Poetry Library. [online] Poetrylibrary.edu.au. Available at: <https://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/hope-a-d/the-death-of-the-bird-0417020> [Accessed 12 May 2018].

  • Book

    Jung, C. G.

    Psychology and alchemy

    1968 - Princeton University Press - Princeton, N.J.

    When the alchemist speaks of Mercurius, on the face of it he means quicksilver (mercury), but inwardly he means the world-creating spirit concealed or imprisoned in matter. The dragon is probably the oldest pictoral symbol in alchemy of which we have documentary evidence. It appears as the Ouroboros, the tail-eater, in the Codex Marcianus, which dates from the tenth or eleventh century, together with the legend 'the One, the All'. Time and again the alchemists reiterate that the opus proceeds from the one and leads back to the one, that it is a sort of circle like a dragon biting its own tail. For this reason the opus was often called circulare (circular) or else rota (the wheel). Mercurius stands at the beginning and end of the work: he is the prima materia, the caput corvi, the nigredo; as dragon he devours himself and as dragon he dies, to rise again in the lapis. He is the play of colours in the cauda pavonis and the division into the four elements. He is the hermaphrodite that was in the beginning, that splits into the classical brother-sister duality and is reunited in the coniunctio, to appear once again at the end in the radiant form of the lumen novum, the stone. He is metallic yet liquid, matter yet spirit, cold yet fiery, poison and yet healing draught - a symbol uniting all the opposites.

    In-text: (Jung, 1968)

    Your Bibliography: Jung, C., 1968. Psychology and alchemy. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

  • Book

    Keats, J. and De Michelis, E.

    Poesie

    1991 - Newton - Roma

    In-text: (Keats and De Michelis, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Keats, J. and De Michelis, E., 1991. Poesie. Roma: Newton.

  • Website

    Kerry, C.

    Exclusive Interview: Author Baron Wormser Addresses Talk of Dismantling The NEA, NEH and The Arts - CavanKerry Press

    2017

    In-text: (Kerry, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Kerry, C., 2017. Exclusive Interview: Author Baron Wormser Addresses Talk of Dismantling The NEA, NEH and The Arts - CavanKerry Press. [online] CavanKerry Press. Available at: <https://cavankerrypress.org/blog/author-baron-wormser-dismantling-nea-neh-arts/> [Accessed 13 May 2018].

  • Website

    Журнал. Литературный журнал Москва.

    In-text: (Журнал. Литературный журнал Москва., n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Moskvam.ru. n.d. Журнал. Литературный журнал Москва.. [online] Available at: <http://www.moskvam.ru/magazine/> [Accessed 13 May 2018].

  • DVD, video, or film

    Barton, D. K.

    Oscar Wilde's The Nightingale and the Rose

    2015 - Aquarius Films - Melbourne

    In-text: (Oscar Wilde's The Nightingale and the Rose, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Oscar Wilde's The Nightingale and the Rose. 2015. [film] Directed by D. Barton. Melbourne: Aquarius Films.

  • Website

    Shelley, P.

    To a Skylark by Percy Bysshe Shelley

    1820

    In-text: (Shelley, 1820)

    Your Bibliography: Shelley, P., 1820. To a Skylark by Percy Bysshe Shelley. [online] Poetry Foundation. Available at: <https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/45146/to-a-skylark> [Accessed 1 May 2018].

  • Website

    Апрель, 2018

    In-text: (Апрель, 2018, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Unost.org. n.d. Апрель, 2018. [online] Available at: <http://unost.org/> [Accessed 13 May 2018].

  • Book

    Wilde, O.

    The Happy Prince & Other Tales

    1888 - Davis Nutt - London

    In-text: (Wilde, 1888)

    Your Bibliography: Wilde, O., 1888. The Happy Prince & Other Tales. London: Davis Nutt.

  • Website

    Wordsworth, W.

    To a Skylark by William Wordsworth

    In-text: (Wordsworth, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Wordsworth, W., n.d. To a Skylark by William Wordsworth. [online] Poetry Foundation. Available at: <https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/45561/to-a-skylark-56d225364d1a9> [Accessed 1 May 2018].

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