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  1. A telling of some fairy tales from all around the world and then an analysis of them from a Jungian psychological perspective I learned some new things, read unfamiliar stories, and enjoyed seeing interpretations based on Jung s ideas because I love Jung.

  2. This is my second time through this book and I m learning so muchthan the first time Take this quote on individuation as an example of Von Franz s accurate, yet broad definitions the process of individuation results in an incredible hardening of the individual against others, while consciously working on the problem of individuation and the problem of transference leads to humanization, to greater consciousness, wisdom and relatedness Some stupid people reproach Jungian psychology, say This is my second time through this book and I m learning so muchthan the first time Take this quote on individuation as an example of Von Franz s accurate, yet broad definitions the process of individuation results in an incredible hardening of the individual against others, while consciously working on the problem of individuation and the problem of transference leads to humanization, to greater consciousness, wisdom and relatedness Some stupid people reproach Jungian ...

  3. As I said, meandering She wanders all over because I think the stories chosen are very poor representatives in the spirit of being multi cultural Some, like the Spanish one with 3 carnations, are abominable The best was the African Story It was a poor outing.

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  5. An analysis of various fairy tales from a Jungian perspective Informative and helpful to those who find value in a Jungian approach I found artists of various backgrounds and pursuits particularly receptive to the psychoanalysis.

  6. Found another in the series of psychological readings of fairy tales and was trilled MLvF is brilliant as ever in her examination of these Danish, Spanish, Chinese, French, African and Grimm Brother tales.