Book Reviews

Myths of Reality

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Love is a Life-or-Death Matter

Who has not felt at times that love is a deadly passion? Therefore "Love is a Life or Death Matter" is a very adequate title of the first part of Valerie Harms' book "The Inner Lover", subtitled: "Using passion as a way to self-empowerment".

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The Jewell in the Wound: A Review

The Jewell in the Wound by Rose-Emily Rothenberg. Reviewed by Jorge Alberto Piña Quevedo

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Animal Guides

A review of Neil Russack's: Animal Guides In Life, Myth and Dreams, An Analyst's Notebook; Inner City Books, Toronto 2002 by Doris Norrgaard

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Gunning for Jung: from the Chicago Reader

Smith's review of Deirdre Bair's Jung: A Biography in the January 21 New York Times was extreme. It began: "Carl Gustav Jung was an insufferable egotist, cruel to his family, a womanizer, with bad table manners to boot. He was a founder of psychoanalysis, but today his teachings have little importance in the treatment of mental illness.  --Michael Miner, Feb. 13, 2004, Chicago Reader.

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