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Psychological Perspectives #43: Before the Phoenix


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Foreword by Margaret P. Johnson and Gilda Frantz
Before the Phoenix by Robin Robertson


  1. Kristallnacht: Experiencing Nazi Germany by Lore Haber Zeller
  2. September 11, Global Consciousness, and Jung by Barry Jeromson
  3. Bosnia–Requiem for the Vanishing Human by Mary H. Rothschild
  4. The Rat as Archetype by Paula Smith-Marder
  5. Twentieth-Century Depth Psychology Seen as the Development of the Archetypal Feminine by J. Marvin Spiegelman
  6. Sacred Cuttings: Self-Mutilation and the Soul by Allan Tsai
  7. Synchronicity in a New Light by Robin Robertson
  8. The Trojan Horse of Terrorism by David Eidenberg
  9. The Virgin of Guadalupe: Divine Mother for Orphans of the Soul by Barbara Waterman

Poetry and Fiction

  1. A Gift from the Grave by Sarah Singer
  2. Ode for Persephone by Maia
  3. Letter From Demeter by Maia
  4. What Is This Thing? by Margie Miller
  5. Cultural Death by James Hall
  6. Night Passage by Susan Walcott
  7. Planting the Garden Without Hands: An Archetypal Performance by Mimi Katzenbach
  8. Uncle John, War Hero by Francis P. Broussard
  9. Zs by Dennis Saleh


  1. Dream Child. Written by Regina Abt, Irmgard Bosch, Vivienne MacKrell.
    Reviewed by Anne Pickup
  2. Ego and Self. Written by Edward Edinger.
    Reviewed by Ann Walker
  3. red clay is talking. Written by Naomi Lowinsy.
    Reviewed by Linda Berg
  4. The Journey of Luke Skywalker. Written by Steve Galipeau.
    Reviewed by Ann Walker
  5. The Jungians: A Comparative and Historical Perspective. Written by Thomas B. Kirsch.
    Reviewed by Deborah A. Wesley


  1. Moulin Rouge. Written by Craig Pearce and Baz Luhrmann.
    Directed by Baz Luhrmann.
    Reviewed by Joyce King Heyraud
Publisher:The C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles
Product Dimensions:6 x 0.45 x 9 inches
Publication Date:2002