The king within: accessing the king in the male psyche

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W. Morrow, Feb 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
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In this pioneering contribution to the emerging men's movement, Robert Moore, a Jungian psychoanalyst who, along with Robert Bly, is a principle architect of the movement, and Douglas Gillette, a mythologist, examine the inner King--one of the four archetypes of the male psyche. 8-page color photo section; 50 black-and-white photos.

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This text studied the psychological make up of men. Though not quite useful to me, it is pretty interesting as the narrator speaks a lot about jungian psychology and how the feminine attributes of men should be embraced and not feared. It would probably be more interesting if I was a man though. Read full review

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User Review  - Reem Sahlol - Goodreads

This text studied the psychological make up of men. Though not quite useful to me, it is pretty interesting as the narrator speaks a lot about jungian psychology and how the feminine attributes of men should be embraced and not feared. It would probably be more interesting if I was a man though. Read full review

Contents

Gender Identity Gender Asymmetry
19
Decoding the Male Psyche
28
IMAGES OF THE ARCHETYPAL KING
57
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