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Psyche's stories, v.1; Modern Jungian interpretations of fairy tales

Material type: TextTextWilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1991Description: viii, 166p; bibliog. refs.; illusContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-933029-39-XSubject(s): Tales--Psychological Aspects | Archetype (Psychology) | Shadow (Psychology) | Narcissism | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Fathers and Daughters | Psyche and Eros | Cinderella (Tale) | Beauty and the beast (Tale) | Allerleirauh | Puella | IncestLOC classification: GR550.P78 1991
Contents:
Tale interpretations:. 'Allerleirauh' (All-kinds-of-fur); a tale of father dominance, psychological incest, and female emergence.. 'Beauty and the beast' and 'The wonderful sheep'; the couple in fairy tales: when father's daughter meets mother's son.. ' Cinderella.'. 'Cupid and Psyche'; birth of a new consciousness.. 'The dark man's sooty brother'; male naivete and the loss of the kingdom.. 'The fisherman and his wife'; the anima in the narcissistic character.. 'Fitcher's bird'; illustrations of the negative animus and shadows in persons with narcissistic disturbances.. 'The goose girl'; puella and transformation, and images of individuation
Abstract: Contains papers on fairy tales by: Jole Cappiello McCurdy, Julia Jewett, Irene Gad, Anne Baring, Lena B. Ross, Robert Bly, Lionel Corbett and Cathy Rives, Kathrin Asper, Ladson Hinton, and Lucille Klein.
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Ed. by Murray Stein and Lionel Corbett

Tale interpretations:. 'Allerleirauh' (All-kinds-of-fur); a tale of father dominance, psychological incest, and female emergence.. 'Beauty and the beast' and 'The wonderful sheep'; the couple in fairy tales: when father's daughter meets mother's son.. ' Cinderella.'. 'Cupid and Psyche'; birth of a new consciousness.. 'The dark man's sooty brother'; male naivete and the loss of the kingdom.. 'The fisherman and his wife'; the anima in the narcissistic character.. 'Fitcher's bird'; illustrations of the negative animus and shadows in persons with narcissistic disturbances.. 'The goose girl'; puella and transformation, and images of individuation

Contains papers on fairy tales by: Jole Cappiello McCurdy, Julia Jewett, Irene Gad, Anne Baring, Lena B. Ross, Robert Bly, Lionel Corbett and Cathy Rives, Kathrin Asper, Ladson Hinton, and Lucille Klein.

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