London : Arkana/Penguin Books, 1998.
x, 310 p.; 20 cm
Explores the paradoxical image of the Greek goddess of both war and the peaceful arts, showing how this image has survived in Gnostic Christianity and alchemy, and how this image affects the feminine psyche today.
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