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The archetypal cat

By: Dale-Green, Patricia
Material type: TextTextDallas, TX Spring Publications c1963Description: xvi, 189p.; illus.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-88214-700-5Subject(s): Animals--Symbolic aspects | Cats--Folklore | Cats--Mythology
Contents:
Part 1 The white cat. The deity. The sun. The moon. The immortal. The seer. The healer. The hunter. The mother. The seed. The virgin. The talisman. The charm. The musician. The servant. The sacrifice. Part 2 The black cat. The circle. The devourer. The witch. The familiar. The devil. The demon. The vampire. The bewitcher. The traitor. The trickster. The fighter. The victim. Part 3 The medium. The bridge. The psychopomp. Part 4 The symbol. When did cats receive their power?. What have people believed about cats?. Why have they believed these things?. How does the cat-archetype operate in us?. Man and the cat
Abstract: '...she draws from folklore and fairytale, myth, dream, and history to amplify the archetype of the cat and help grasp its specific function in dreams. An irreplaceable source of insight and information....'
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Reprint; orig. pub. under the title Cult of the cat by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, and The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1963.

Part 1 The white cat. The deity. The sun. The moon. The immortal. The seer. The healer. The hunter. The mother. The seed. The virgin. The talisman. The charm. The musician. The servant. The sacrifice. Part 2 The black cat. The circle. The devourer. The witch. The familiar. The devil. The demon. The vampire. The bewitcher. The traitor. The trickster. The fighter. The victim. Part 3 The medium. The bridge. The psychopomp. Part 4 The symbol. When did cats receive their power?. What have people believed about cats?. Why have they believed these things?. How does the cat-archetype operate in us?. Man and the cat

'...she draws from folklore and fairytale, myth, dream, and history to amplify the archetype of the cat and help grasp its specific function in dreams. An irreplaceable source of insight and information....'

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