Rape and Ritual: A Psychological Study
Combines theory, case material, dreams and mythology, panertrating far beyond the deed to the archetypal background of sexual assault. Special attention to homosexuality and male ambivalence toward women.
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The Victim of Rape
A Review of Theories
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