The Cat: A Tale of Feminine Redemption
The Cat is a Romanian fairy story, which tells of a princess turned into a cat. She must remain in this form until an emperor's son arrives to behead her, which one such man accordingly does. The author uses Jungian psychological analysis methods to interpret the symbolism of the tale.
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The Cat in Mythology
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