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Animal life in nature, myth and dreams / Elizabeth Caspari, with Ken Robbins ; introduction by Ann Belford Ulanov.

By: Caspari, Elizabeth, 1926-
Contributor(s): Robbins, Ken, 1945-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Wilmette, Ill. : Chiron Publications, [2003]Description: xvi, 317 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1888602228 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Symbolism (Psychology) | Animals -- Psychological aspects | Animals -- Symbolic aspects | Animals -- Mythology | Animals -- FolkloreDDC classification: 156/.03 LOC classification: BF458 | .C37 2003Online resources: Table of contents Summary: 'Here, at last, the much-needed compilations of animal lore that can help us understand and appreciate the creatures that populate our worlds, both outer and interior. In this totally delightful and beautifully illustrated book, Elizabeth Caspari introduces each animal with scientific, zoological information; then presents popular folkloric beliefs about, and traditional symbolic associations to them the world over. These are extremely useful for our understanding of traditional emblematic and symbolic references to animals in the literature and art of numerous cultural traditions.'
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 309 - 317).

'Here, at last, the much-needed compilations of animal lore that can help us understand and appreciate the creatures that populate our worlds, both outer and interior. In this totally delightful and beautifully illustrated book, Elizabeth Caspari introduces each animal with scientific, zoological information; then presents popular folkloric beliefs about, and traditional symbolic associations to them the world over. These are extremely useful for our understanding of traditional emblematic and symbolic references to animals in the literature and art of numerous cultural traditions.'

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