Them or Us: Archetypal Interpretations of Fifties Alien Invasion Films by Patrick LucanioYears ago I aspired to be an analytical psychologist and, in preparation for this, read The Collected Works of C.G. Jung and many other books pertaining to depth psychology. This interest culminated in a book-length paper concerning the Kantian roots of Jungs thinking and pretty much stopped there. Id gotten what I could get out of it and moved on to other fields. Still, old friends imagine I remain enthusiastic about Jung and his followers.
One such old friend mailed me this book. Not being very much interested in Jung any more, I picked it up mostly because of its subject matter, namely science fiction films of the fifties and sixties. Having been quite a fan of such films as a little kid, I was hoping for a trip down memory lane and, in fact, this book did deliver in that regard. What the author had to say about Jung, however, was mostly a distraction, his understanding of the psychiatrist being rather routine, his book being like hundreds of others applying the principles of analytical psychology to this, that or the other thing.
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The story mode walkthrough features everything needed to get through the chapter. All Collectibles locations are detailed in the Free Play Walkthrough farther down the page, even though some of them may be available in the story mode playthrough. Getting into this level is a little odd as it involves a cut scene and then more time in the Hub World before the chapter proper begins. Just follow the light blue studs a short way to get to the cut scene. After the cut scene ends, once again follow the light blue stud trail a long way around Rivendell to get to the next cut scene, which still doesn't begin the chapter.