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The Voiceless Vision
Vanessa Morag and the Creative Spirit
able acceptance articulate attitude become begins Beth Bird blame blessing Calla Cameron Canadian Literature chapter character child childhood Clara Thomas conscious Creative Spirit culture D. H. Lawrence daughter relationship death Demeter Demeter-Kore describes despite Diviners Doris Edna Eleusinian mysteries emotional emphasizes ENGLISH LITERARY STUDIES Erich Neumann Esther Harding experience expression father fear feeling feminine values feminine-maternal Fiction Fire-Dwellers girl Goddess Grandmother McLeod growth Hagar heuresis instinct integration Jung Katie Kore lack Laurence's lives male Manawaka Margaret Laurence May's means memory Morag mother and daughter Mother Archetype mother-daughter relationship myth narrator nature never Noreen novel old age Otto Rank past patriarchal physical Pique Pique's Piquette positive problem Psyche psychic psychological queen quest Rachel Rachel and Stacey realizes religious Robert Graves role says sense sexual speak Stacey's Stone Angel story symbolic tion unconscious Vanessa vision voice White Goddess woman womanhood women words world-view writing