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Dr. Mozol Interview with NPR
 Examines Enduring Appeal
 of Munch’s Famed Scream 05.02.12
Dr. Mozol Interview with NPR
Examines Enduring Appeal
of Munch’s Famed Scream
05.02.12

“It's perhaps the most reproduced piece of art ever created. It has adorned key chains and coffee mugs, and the cover of Time magazine.”

It’s Edvard Munch's iconic work The Scream.  As one of only four version of the famed painting came up for rare auction in May, NPR spoke with Ana Mozol, Ph.D., Adler School Core Faculty and a Jungian psychoanalyst, on how and why the image has captured cultural and popular imagination for so long.”

Click here to read “ 'Scream' Still Echoes After More Than A Century.”

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