Barrytown, N.Y. : Station Hill Press, 1983.
Original publication date
xii, 145 p.; 23 cm
This book is James Hillman's main analysis of analysis. He asks he basic question," What does the soul want?" With insight and humor he answers, '"It wants fiction to heal."
LibraryThing member JayLivernois
Important book for the field of psychology and especially psychoanalysis
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