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A psychological interpretation of The golden ass of Apuleius

By: Franz, Marie-Louise von 1915-1998
Material type: TextTextIrving, TX Spring Publications c1980Edition: 2d ed. completely revDescription: 218p.; bibliog. notesContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-88214-103-1Other title: Golden AssSubject(s): Asses | Animals--Folklore | Apuleius | Apuleius. Golden Ass | Psychology and literature | Jungian psychology | Isis and Osiris | Mother Archetype | Psyche and Eros | Mythology-Psychological aspects | Marriage, Sacred | Rebirth
Contents:
1 Apuleius and his time. 2 Two companions: Aristomenes's tale. 3 Lucius meets Byrrhena, Fotis and the goat skins. 4 The ass. 5 Psyche and Eros tale introduced. 6 Psyche and Eros tale continued. 7 Psyche's tasks: Styx, Ocnus, the box of beauty. 8 Charite, Tlepolemus, and the chthonic shadow. 9 The ass in service of many masters. 10 Lucius returns to himself. 11 The goddess Isis. 12 Matter and the feminine. 13 Questions, answers and comments
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Based on a typescript by Una Thomas of a series of 7 lectures at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, autumn 1966. Includes questions from the audience and answers. The 2d ed. is revised based on a French translation of the 1970 ed., L'ane d'or: interpretation d'un conte, with emendations and additions by the author.

1 Apuleius and his time. 2 Two companions: Aristomenes's tale. 3 Lucius meets Byrrhena, Fotis and the goat skins. 4 The ass. 5 Psyche and Eros tale introduced. 6 Psyche and Eros tale continued. 7 Psyche's tasks: Styx, Ocnus, the box of beauty. 8 Charite, Tlepolemus, and the chthonic shadow. 9 The ass in service of many masters. 10 Lucius returns to himself. 11 The goddess Isis. 12 Matter and the feminine. 13 Questions, answers and comments

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