To be a woman : the birth of the conscious feminine

by Connie Zweig

Book, 1990

Status

Available

Call number

WS

Call number

WS

Publication

Los Angeles : New York : J.P. Tarcher ; distributed by St. Martin's Press, [1990]

Physical description

279 p.; 24 cm

Local notes

In this colleciton of essays psychologists, Jungian analysts, feminists, and scholars of Goddess cultures describe those key insights and experiences that can provide entry to a new level of consciousness.

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A good collection of contemporary writings on woman's place in American society, both descriptions of the problems and proffered solutions. Of particular interest to the midlife woman are Elizabeth Strahan's piece that proposed rituals to celebrate menopause and Marion Woodman's essay on mother, virgin, and crone as archetypes in the Jungian tradition. (December 1994)… (more)

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