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Weaving woman; essays in feminine psychology from the notebooks of a Jungian analyst

By: Koltuv, Barbara Black
Material type: TextTextYork Beach, ME Nicolas-Hays c1990Description: x, 123p.; illus.; bibliog. notesContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-89254-019-2Subject(s): Mythology--Psychological Aspects | Women--Psychology | Psychoanalysis and literature | Jungian psychology | Femininity | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Types, Feminine Structural | Feminine Principle | Witch Archetype | Mothers and Daughters | Sisters
Contents:
1 Blood mysteries. 2 Mothers and daughters. 3 Hetairae, Amazons and mediums. 4 Sisters and shadows. 5 Animus: lover and tyrant. 6 Animus development. 7 The stages of animus development. 8 Creativity and achievement. 9 Witch and wisdom
Abstract: 'Koltuv reaffirms the re-emergence of feminine values in our society, and discusses the transformation process by which women can come to trust their own authority. She draws from ancient myths, biblical accounts, and dreams....'
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Animus (Psychology) : p57-82.

1 Blood mysteries. 2 Mothers and daughters. 3 Hetairae, Amazons and mediums. 4 Sisters and shadows. 5 Animus: lover and tyrant. 6 Animus development. 7 The stages of animus development. 8 Creativity and achievement. 9 Witch and wisdom

'Koltuv reaffirms the re-emergence of feminine values in our society, and discusses the transformation process by which women can come to trust their own authority. She draws from ancient myths, biblical accounts, and dreams....'

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