New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher, 1996.
xx, 280 p.; 23 cm
Perceptive commentary, notes on well-known myths, and case studies from the author's private therapy practice accompany a collection of classic folktales that reveal the complexity, duality, and meaning of femininity and femaleness.
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