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The cat; a tale of feminine redemption

By: Franz, Marie-Louise von 1915-1998
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts: 83)Toronto Inner City Books c1999Description: 126p.; illus.; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-919123-84-8Subject(s): Tales--Romania | Tales--Psychological Aspects | Redemption in Literature | Women--Folklore | Animals--Symbolic aspects | Cats--Folklore | Archetype (Psychology)
Contents:
1. Introduction. 2. The tale of the cat. 3. The journey to the Virgin Mary. 4. The cat in mythology. 5. The Kingdoms. 6. The palace of the king. 7. The return
Abstract: The Jungian interpretation of a Romanian fairy tale of a princess turned into a cat serves as a key to the recognition of symbols and archetypal materials.
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Transcribed from a lecture series presented at the Jung Institute in Zurich. Index by Daryl Sharp.

1. Introduction. 2. The tale of the cat. 3. The journey to the Virgin Mary. 4. The cat in mythology. 5. The Kingdoms. 6. The palace of the king. 7. The return

The Jungian interpretation of a Romanian fairy tale of a princess turned into a cat serves as a key to the recognition of symbols and archetypal materials.

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