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Snow White; life almost lost

By: Seifert, Theodor
Material type: TextTextWilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1986Description: ix, 131p; bibliog. notesContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-933029-08-XSubject(s): Loss (Psychology) | Children's Literature--Psychological Aspects | Interpersonal Relations | Schneewittchen | Tales--Psychological Aspects | Psychoanalysis and literature | Jungian psychologyLOC classification: BF575.D35 S4513 1986
Contents:
1 In the middle of winter. 2 Snowflakes in winter: small, scarcely perceptible feelings and hopes. 3 Only a queen...: constrictions and biases. 4 A window framed in black: the view from mourning. 5 The queen was sewing: the hint of something new. 6 The prick of the needle: the call of life. 7 Three drops of blood in the snow: the great conflict. 8 The child: transformation and new beginning. 9 The death of the queen: responsibility and concern. 10 The new spouse: reestablishing an old condition. 11 "Mirror, morror, here I stand": self-condemnation for better or worse. 12 "A thousand times more beautiful": isolation or community
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Trans. by Boris Matthews. Orig. pub. as Schneewittchen, Kreuz Verlag, Zurich, c1983.

1 In the middle of winter. 2 Snowflakes in winter: small, scarcely perceptible feelings and hopes. 3 Only a queen...: constrictions and biases. 4 A window framed in black: the view from mourning. 5 The queen was sewing: the hint of something new. 6 The prick of the needle: the call of life. 7 Three drops of blood in the snow: the great conflict. 8 The child: transformation and new beginning. 9 The death of the queen: responsibility and concern. 10 The new spouse: reestablishing an old condition. 11 "Mirror, morror, here I stand": self-condemnation for better or worse. 12 "A thousand times more beautiful": isolation or community

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