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The phallic quest; Priapus and masculine inflation

By: Wyly, James
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts; 38)Toronto Inner City Books c1989Description: 124p.; illus.; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-919123-37-6Subject(s): Penis--Psychological Aspects | Masculinity (Psychology) | Men--Psychology | Priapus | Jungian psychology | MenLOC classification: BF692.5.W94 1989
Contents:
Introduction. The Mythology of Priapus. Priapus in Classical Literature. Priapus in a Twientieth-Century Story. Physical Priapism. Stages of the Phallic Quest. Phase I: Exposition. Phase II: Development. Phase III: Resolution. Conclusions
Abstract: In this book Priapus is seen as both an apt metaphor for modern-day patriarchy's inflation--its grandiosity and search for more and more power--and an image compensating the individual's lack of connection with a masculinity balanced by the feminine.
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Introduction. The Mythology of Priapus. Priapus in Classical Literature. Priapus in a Twientieth-Century Story. Physical Priapism. Stages of the Phallic Quest. Phase I: Exposition. Phase II: Development. Phase III: Resolution. Conclusions

In this book Priapus is seen as both an apt metaphor for modern-day patriarchy's inflation--its grandiosity and search for more and more power--and an image compensating the individual's lack of connection with a masculinity balanced by the feminine.

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