Boston : Beacon Press, c1987.
xiii, 148 p.; 23 cm
Brings the insights of feminist theory to bear on the seemingly unbridgeable gap between analytical psychology and feminism, and reveals Jungian psychology as the ultimately liberating vision its founder intended it to be.
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