Zürich, Switzerland ; Irving, Tex., USA : Spring Publications, 1977.
135 p.; 22 cm
Hermes and his Children has become something of a classic among therapists, poets, artists and readers of many callings. Rafael López-Pedraza approaches the soul through myth, pathology, image and the very living of them all. The love and passion of a man fully in his element radiates throughout this unique work, now updated and expanded for this edition.
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