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Using Beauty and her beast to introduce the human shadow

By: Plumb, Kay Newell
Material type: TextTextPortland, OR WorldView Press c2008Description: 112p.; ill.; bibliog. refs.; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9780981670805Subject(s): Shadow (Psychology) in Literature | Shadow (Psychology)--Social Aspects | Beauty and the beast (Tale)
Contents:
1 Where's Mama?. 2 Too docile for your own damn good. 3 Know what you want, say what you mean. 4 Falling into it. 5 Beastly stuff. 6 Brothers like to fight. 7 Choosing to seek the beast. 8 A little background. 9 The personal shadow. 10 The national shadow. 11 It may be nasty, but we gotta deal with it. 12 Regarding bad impulses. 13 Happily ever after
Abstract: '...uses the stunning artwork of Bob Hobbs and the soothing words of an old fairy tale to bring these fragments together into an intriguing introduction to the human shadow.'
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Fairy tale text based on the 1757 version of Beauty and the Beast, written by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont; translated by Marie Ponsor.. Illustrated by Bob Hobbs.

1 Where's Mama?. 2 Too docile for your own damn good. 3 Know what you want, say what you mean. 4 Falling into it. 5 Beastly stuff. 6 Brothers like to fight. 7 Choosing to seek the beast. 8 A little background. 9 The personal shadow. 10 The national shadow. 11 It may be nasty, but we gotta deal with it. 12 Regarding bad impulses. 13 Happily ever after

'...uses the stunning artwork of Bob Hobbs and the soothing words of an old fairy tale to bring these fragments together into an intriguing introduction to the human shadow.'

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