|unheimlich englanniksi||weird de, eerie de, uncanny de|
*: Those sweet, low tones, that seemed like a weird incantation.
*: Whiles I stood rapt in the wonder of it, came missives from the king, who all-hailed me, Thane of Cawdor; by which title, before, these weird sisters saluted me, and referred me to the coming on of time, with Hail, king that shalt be!
: There was a weird light shining above the hill.
: There are lots of weird people in this place.
: It was quite weird to bump into all my ex-girlfriends on the same day.
*: In the weird of death shall the hapless be whelmed, and from Doom’s dark prison / Shall she steal forth never again.
: rfquotek|Sir Walter Scott
: The eerie sounds seemed to come from the [[graveyard]] after [[midnight]].
*: She began to feel eerie.
: He bore an uncanny resemblance to the dead sailor.
*: [The uncanny is] something that was long familiar to the psyche and was estranged from it only through being repressed. The link with repression now illuminates Schelling?s definition of the uncanny as ‘something that should have remained hidden and has come into the open.’ (Freud: 2003, 147 f)
*: The uncanny involves feelings of uncertainty, in particular regarding the reality of who one is and what is being experienced.
*: Because the uncanny affects and haunts everything, it is in constant transformation and cannot be pinned down.
*: In the preceding chapter, we saw that Freud linked the maternal body, death, and the afterlife with the uncanny in his famous essay "The Uncanny" ("Das Unheimliche").
*: This uncontrollable possibility—the possibility of a certain loss of control—can, perhaps, explain why the uncanny remains a marginal notion even within psychoanalysis itself.
*: Freud argued that the uncanny was particularly associated with feelings of horror aroused by the figure of the paternal castrator, neglecting the tropes of woman and animal as a source of the uncanny.
*: As is well known, Freud introduced the concept of the uncanny into psychoanalysis in 1919 and used The Sandman as a prime illustration for his definition.