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The stranger in women's dreams

By: Marcus, Kate
Material type: TextTextSeries: [APCLA Paper No. 7, pp. 5-21.]Los Angeles APC of LA 1956Description: 15p.; bibliog. notesContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Dream interpretation | Jungian psychology | Animus (Psychoanalysis)Abstract: '...I have chosen to consider one dream symbol which carries with it a specific urgency and meaning when it appears in a woman's dream. My choice is the symbol of the stranger i.e. the strange man....it is, as we know, crucial in both a man's and a woman's life at what time they really discover their inner opposite. It is, furthermore, crucial what they feel and think about it, in which way and measure they give it living-space and living energy in their outer and inner existence.' --p.1
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["Read before the APC of Los Angeles, May 1956."]

'...I have chosen to consider one dream symbol which carries with it a specific urgency and meaning when it appears in a woman's dream. My choice is the symbol of the stranger i.e. the strange man....it is, as we know, crucial in both a man's and a woman's life at what time they really discover their inner opposite. It is, furthermore, crucial what they feel and think about it, in which way and measure they give it living-space and living energy in their outer and inner existence.' --p.1

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