The Return of King Arthur

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2005 - Psychology - 326 pages
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An elegant, sweeping, modern-day Jungian interpretation of the two strands of Arthurian myth: the Round Table, Camelot, and King Arthur on one side, and the Grail quest on the other.

The quest for the Holy Grail is, in a larger sense, the story of the individual's path to wholeness, while the King Arthur legends represent a collective narrative of humanity.

In The Return of King Arthur, Diana Durham analyzes the key symbols from the intertwined Arthurian myths. Woven through the narrative are discoveries from her personal search for wholeness. Her exploration of the individual path-the Grail quest-and the collective process-the court of King Arthur-eventually resolves itself as one story, offering the reader insights into how they can have a more satisfying existence.

Durham has deciphered the deepest meaning of the Arthurian myths as they relate to our modern lives, and, in the process, uncovered the reasons why they have held our fascination for so long.

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The Return of King Arthur: Finishing the Quest for Wholeness, Inner Strength, and Self-Knowledge

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The interconnected legends of King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table, and the quest for the Holy Grail have been handed down as part of the folklore and literature of Western European nations ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Robert A Johnson D Hum
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The Dramatis Personae
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The Wasteland
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Copyright

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Diana Durham is a writer and a poet who has been involved with spiritual communities for the past twenty-five years.

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