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This work offers Jungian perspectives on a number of dominant themes in current studies on the feminine. The editors offer a wide ranging discussion on this subject with the emphasis on critique. At the core of this book is women's use of language and the imagination as a significant aspect of discovering a viable and authentic way in which the feminine can be articulated.
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|List of Illustrations|
|Toni Wolff: a struggle for self-definition||p. 7|
|Reflections on the humanizing of the mother archetype through the primal and analytic relationship||p. 29|
|Jung, Kristeva, and the maternal realm||p. 55|
|Individuation and necessity||p. 69|
|Jung's search for the masculine in women: the signification of the animus||p. 97|
|"This thing of brightness": the feminine power of transcendent imagination||p. 119|
|The alchemy of inversion: Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre and Mary Kelly's "Menace"||p. 147|
|Women's lack: the image of woman as divine||p. 185|
|The embodiment of desire: art, gender, and analysis||p. 205|
|This phenomenological ecriture: feminine consciousness both corporeal and lucid||p. 231|
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Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 31st December 2003
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.59