Shadow and evil in fairy tales
- Boston Shambhala c1974*
- vii, 336p
- (A C. G. Jung Foundation book) .
Originally published: Spring Publications, Zurich, 1974. `First Shambhala edition'--T.p. verso. 'The text of this book comprises two lecture series given at the C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich: the first was `The problem of the shadow in fairy tales,' during the Winter Semester, 1957; and the second, `Dealing with evil in fairy tales,' Winter Semester, 1964.' Vivienne Mackrell helped with the revision of the text. Includes bibliographic references and index. Shadow (Psychology) In Literature : Part One: The shadow: The concept of the shadow - p1-38, p1-133.. Evil : Part Two: Evil: Primitive levels of evil, p137; Possession, p163; Taboos, p190; Hot evil, p215; Cold evil, p240; The magical contest, p279; Nucleus of the psyche, p296, p135-325.. Opposites : p15-38.. Kingship : p25-29.. Taboo : p190-214.. Demoniac Possession : p163-189.. Anima (Psychology) : The anima between the heroes, p56-72.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961, Dreams of : Dream of horse and boat, p249.
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