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Jung and Frodo : 7 paths of individuation in Lord of the Rings / Robin Robertson.

By: Robertson, Robin, 1944- [Author]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Alhambra, CA : Manyhats Press, 2013Description: xvii, 172 pages ; 23.5 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780692777503Subject(s): Tolkien, J. R. R. 1892-1973. (John Ronald Reuel), Lord of the rings (1986) | Hobbits (Fictitious characters) | Psychoanalysis and literature | Jungian psychology | Individuation (Psychology) in literatureSummary: "The Lord of the Rings is many things, large and small, but central in the book are the stories of individuation, of transcendence, of all the major characters. Each path is different, each can speak to a different human need. Jung and Frodo identifies 7 psychological paths to maturity and selfhood, each taken by a particular character or pair of characters" Amazon.com
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"The Lord of the Rings is many things, large and small, but central in the book are the stories of individuation, of transcendence, of all the major characters. Each path is different, each can speak to a different human need. Jung and Frodo identifies 7 psychological paths to maturity and selfhood, each taken by a particular character or pair of characters" Amazon.com

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