1st pub. in 2003 by H. Karnac Ltd., London.
1 Toni Wolff: a struggle for self-definition - Tessa Adams. 2 Reflections on the humanizing of the mother archetype through the primal and analytic relationship - Shirley Wheeley. 3 Jung, Kristeva, and the maternal realm - Tessa Adams. 4 Individuation and necessity - Andrea Duncan. 5 Jung's search for the masculine in women: the signification of the animus - Tessa Adams. 6 "This thing of brightness"; the feminine power of transcendent imagination - Marie Angelo. 7 The alchemy of inversion: Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre and Mary Kelly's "Menace" - Andrea Duncan. 8 Women's lack: the image of woman as divine - Margaret Clark. 9 The embodiment of desire: art, gender, and analysis - Joy Schaverien. 10 This phenomenological ecriture: feminine consciousness both corporeal and lucid - Andrea Duncan
'...a collection of papers that debate the issue of gender from a Jungian perspective. Particular attention is paid to the discussion of Jung's "transcendent function" and what this offers women in the process of individuation. Attention is also given to the revisionist work of James Hillman and to relevant issues found within post-Lacanian critique, principally in the works of Julia Kristeva, Luce Irigaray and Helene Cixous....'