Toronto, Canada : Inner City Books, c1991.
127 p.; 22 cm
Good and evil, psychoanalysis, and Jung. Weaving a tapestry of her own patients' dreams and personal experience against a backdrop of world events, the author circumambulates the reality of evil in a way that makes it immediate and inescapably personal
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