Animus and Anima
An eternal best-seller, here are the two classic papers by the wife of the famous Swiss psychologist, C. G. Jung, on the elemental persons of the psyche. But just how do the animus and anima, these all important Jungian concepts, appear in dreams, fantasies, behaviour and mythology? This book maps a way towards an understanding of the union of opposites and the emergence of the Self.
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