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Wojtkowski, S. (2004). ADAMS, TESSA & DUNCAN, ANDREA (Eds.). The Feminine Case. Jung, Aesthetics and Creative Process. London: Karnac, 2003. Pp. 266. Pbk. £ 22. 50.. J. Anal. Psychol., 49(3):458-460.
   

(2004). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 49(3):458-460

ADAMS, TESSA & DUNCAN, ANDREA (Eds.). The Feminine Case. Jung, Aesthetics and Creative Process. London: Karnac, 2003. Pp. 266. Pbk. £ 22. 50.

Review by:
Sylvester Wojtkowski

Archetypes function as living dispositions, ideas in the Platonic sense, that preform and continually influence our thoughts and feelings and actions (C. G. Jung, CW 9i, p. 79).

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