Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales
Fairy tales contain profound lessons for those who would dive into their meaning. Von Franz draws on her vast knowledge of folklore and her experience as a pychoanalyst and a collaborator with Jung to illuminate on fairy tales and the dark side of life and human pyschology.
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SHADOW AND FAIRY TALE
DESTRUCTION OR RENEWAL OF THE KING
RENEWED DOMINANT CONSCIOUSNESS
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