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The way of all women; a psychological interpretation

By: Harding, M. Esther
Material type: TextTextNY G. P. Putnam's Sons c1970Edition: rev. edDescription: xviii, 314p; bibliog. refs.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Women--Psychology | Lilith (Semitic mythology) | Feminine Principle | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Friendship | Marriage | Parent and Child | Sex | Old Age | Relationship, Psychological | Relatedness (Psychological Principle)
Contents:
1. All things to all men. 2. The ghostly lover. 3. Work. 4. Friendship. 5. Marriage. 6. Maternity. 7. Off the beaten track. 8. Autumn and Winter. 9. Psychological relationship
List(s) this item appears in: Anima / Animus
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Intro. by C.G. Jung. Pub. for the C.G. Jung Foundation.

1. All things to all men. 2. The ghostly lover. 3. Work. 4. Friendship. 5. Marriage. 6. Maternity. 7. Off the beaten track. 8. Autumn and Winter. 9. Psychological relationship

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