Jungian Archetypes in 20th Century Women's Fiction: The Persona, the Shadow, the Animus, and the Self
With this the beginning of the new millennium and in the aftermath of the many hundred-best lists of the outstanding contributions to culture in the past century, Dr. Cederstrom was struck with the difference between such lists as they would have been written at the turn of the century and those written of late. It is evident that best books, like the literary canon itself, has been forced to recognize women's achievements.
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Definitions and Methodology
Masks in the Mirror The Persona
Darkness in the Depths The Shadow
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