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Dead Poets Society Presentation
Transcript of Dead Poets Society Presentation
Change their personal appearance
Tribal formation and rituals
Do you doodle? When do you doodle?
You will have about 3 minutes to complete this exercise.
Unconscious & Conscious Minds
This is the meaning
of the introductory exercise...
1 = The way you see yourself
2 = The way other people see you
3 = The way you want to be seen
4 = The real you
Neil committing suicide
Him auditioning for the play
Forming the Dead Poets Society
His flashbacks before committing suicide
Fear of his father
standing on table
remembering getting the
same gift from parents
mourning the death of Neil
Charlie punches Richard for betraying them
betraying the group
ID, EGO & SUPEREGO OF CHARACTERS
Shows a strong "Id"
Proposes to bring back the Dead Poet Society
Desires to be an actor
Parents want him to be doctor
Strongest "Id" in the group
Loses control of his "Id"
Parents want him to be a lawyer
Strong super ego at first
wants to be a writer
Turns the members of the club in
Doesn't stand up at the end
Doesn't care about Christine's boyfriend
Stands up at the end.
Unleashes the "Id" in all of the boys
Believes in "Carpe Diem"
Freudian Archetypes & Symbols
Neil Perry (tragic hero)
Wants to pursuit acting
Represents ideals of society
Wants Neil to become a doctor
"Appears" to represent ideals of society
Wants to protect Neil
Gave birth, nourish him, care for him
Does not support Neil
Take blame for Mr. Perry
Gale Nolan (headmaster)
Punish and reward
Slipped article into newspaper
Exploit Dead Poets Society
Want forgiveness for betrayal
Does not belong
feels lost when Neil commits suicide
Misunderstood by parents
Kissing the girl
Confessing to Christine
Recalling Christine when explaining what happened at the dinner with Danburry's
Knox staring at Christine when she was cheerleading for her boyfriend
Accepted Knox's invitation to see Neil's play "Midsummer Nights Dream"
Other Symbols (cont.)
Governed by emotions
Make illogical and rash decisions
Presented by: Jessica Ma, Jessica Chan, Nirmal, Hetavi, Alex, and Jacky
recalls the situation when confessing what the group has done at the Headmaster's office
She remembers Knox confessing, bringing flowers, and reciting a poem
Chris unconsciously admired Knox and liked his sweet gestures even though she had a boyfriend
does the phone call to "God" during the assembly
used lipstick to draw on his face