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Dream animals

By: Hillman, James, 1926-2011
Contributor(s): McLean, Margot
Material type: TextTextSan Francisco, CA Chronicle Books c1997Description: 90p.; ill.; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0811813274Subject(s): Animals, Mythical | Animals--Symbolic aspects | Animals in Art | Adam (Biblical figure) | Eve (Biblical figure)LOC classification: GR820 .H55 1997
Contents:
Now you see them, now you don't; a conversation between the author and the artist. Adam and the animals. A snake is not a symbol. Consider the household mouse. Polar bears. Horses and heroes. The rat. Lions and tigers, or why there are two great cats. The giraffe. A sick pig is cured by a diet of crabs. Going bugs
Abstract: Essays by archetypal psychotherapist Hillman on animals in the imagination, reality and dreams.
List(s) this item appears in: Animal Symbolism
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Animals -- Symbolic Aspects : snake, mouse, polar bear, horse, rat, lion, tiger, cat, giraffe, pig, crab, insects.

Writings by James Hillman; paintings by Margot McLean.

Now you see them, now you don't; a conversation between the author and the artist. Adam and the animals. A snake is not a symbol. Consider the household mouse. Polar bears. Horses and heroes. The rat. Lions and tigers, or why there are two great cats. The giraffe. A sick pig is cured by a diet of crabs. Going bugs

Essays by archetypal psychotherapist Hillman on animals in the imagination, reality and dreams.

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