Dallas, Texas: Spring Publications, 1994. Soft Cover. 8vo. Fine. Item #006533
Fourth printing. Soft cover. 172 pp. Light offset panel and bubbling of lamination to head of rear cover, sporadic pencil underlining, else fine. The Gods have become diseases, said C.G. Jung, and these nine chapters show how major figures of the Greek mythological imagination are still at work in the contemporary psyche. This book is both reliably scholarly and intuitively psychological. It offers the reader ways of finding mythical backgrounds for personal experience. Here we can feel how the Gods and Goddesses influence symptoms, ideas, attitudes, relationships, and dream imagery.