Ed. by Emmanuel Kennedy-Xypolitas and David Eldred.
Foreword by David Eldred. Foreword by Emmanuel Kennedy-Xypolitas. Introduction to the course on the animus. The anumus in the Middle Ages. Jeanne Fery: a case study on the animus, possession, and exorcism. An introductory note on plots. A short discussion on women's plots. An introduction to women's plots. Introduction to "The problem of women's plots in Marie Hay's The evil vineyard". The problem of women's plots in Marie Hay's The evil vineyard. Women's plots: an analysis of Mary Webb's Precious bane. The religious function of the animus in the Book of Tobit
'...Her insight and vigor stem directly from personally grappling with her own animus while integrating the experience and reflections of psychotherapists working directly with C.G. Jung. Her psychological analysis of the animus is presented here in two volumes in essays gleaned from her handwritten notes, typed manuscripts, previously published articles (as well as her notes for those articles) and from her own drafts of her lectures, given at the C.G. Jung Insitute in Zurich, and to various audiences in Switzerland and England. The main objective of these two volumes is to present the reader with an all-inclusive synthesis of the many and complex essays and lectures Barbara Hannah presented on the animus while rendering the wonderful spirit and voice of Barbara Hannah herself.'