THE MOTHER ARCHETYPE IN TONI MORRISON'S BELOVED AND CHRISTA WOLF'S MEDEA. STIMMEN
Toni Morrison's Beloved and Christa Wolf's Medea.Stimmen reproduce and transform the myth of Medea in Greek mythology. As matriarchal and Dionysian novels, Beloved and Medea. Stimmen, create goddesses through their protagonists Sethe and Medea who are opposed to the patriarchal, colonial Western society and struggle with its values.
In this study, the mother archetype associated with the Medea archetype in the novels Beloved and Medea.Stimmen will be studied comparatively in the context of Apollo-Dionysus dichotomy using the archetypal criticism method. The protagonists of the works, Sethe and Medea, will be analyzed in terms of Jung's loving mother and terrible mother archetypes.
Toni Morrison, Beloved, Christa Wolf, Medea.Stimmen, Medea, mother archetype.