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In the ever after; fairy tales and the second half of life

By: Chinen, Allan B
Material type: TextTextWilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1989Description: 203p; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-933029-41-1Subject(s): Old Age--Folklore | Children's Literature--Psychological Aspects | Tales--Psychological Aspects | Psychology and literature | Jungian psychology
Contents:
Ch. 1 Introduction. Ch. 2 "Fortune and the woodcutter"--Loss and the return of magic. Ch. 3 "The sparrow's gift"--Self-confrontation. Ch. 4 "The magic towel"--Mask and self. Ch. 5 "The old alchemist"--Wisdom. Ch. 6 "The wise merchant"--Wisdom and evil. Ch. 7 "The magic forest"--Self-transcendence. Ch. 8 "An old mother's sorrow"--Transcendence and God. Ch. 9 "The dragon king of the sea"--Transcendence and the inner self. Ch. 10 "The old man who lost his wen"--Emancipated innocence. Ch. 11 "The simple grasscutter"--Ego-integrity and innocence. Ch. 12 "The six statues"--The return of wonder. Ch. 13 "The widow and the frog"--Mediation and transcendence. Ch. 14 "The fisherman and the djinn"--Mediation and a tale of elder tales. Ch. 15 "The old man who made withered trees flower"--Return and transfiguration. Ch. 16 "The shining fish"--The elder cycle completed. Ch. 17 Conclusion--In the ever after
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Ch. 1 Introduction. Ch. 2 "Fortune and the woodcutter"--Loss and the return of magic. Ch. 3 "The sparrow's gift"--Self-confrontation. Ch. 4 "The magic towel"--Mask and self. Ch. 5 "The old alchemist"--Wisdom. Ch. 6 "The wise merchant"--Wisdom and evil. Ch. 7 "The magic forest"--Self-transcendence. Ch. 8 "An old mother's sorrow"--Transcendence and God. Ch. 9 "The dragon king of the sea"--Transcendence and the inner self. Ch. 10 "The old man who lost his wen"--Emancipated innocence. Ch. 11 "The simple grasscutter"--Ego-integrity and innocence. Ch. 12 "The six statues"--The return of wonder. Ch. 13 "The widow and the frog"--Mediation and transcendence. Ch. 14 "The fisherman and the djinn"--Mediation and a tale of elder tales. Ch. 15 "The old man who made withered trees flower"--Return and transfiguration. Ch. 16 "The shining fish"--The elder cycle completed. Ch. 17 Conclusion--In the ever after

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