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Garma (1952). Kohen, Max: The Venus of Willendarf (La Venus de Willendorf). “American Imago”, 1942, vol. III, Nọ 4, 49-60.. Rev. psicoanál., 9(1):139.

(1952). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 9(1):139

Kohen, Max: The Venus of Willendarf (La Venus de Willendorf). “American Imago”, 1942, vol. III, N 4, 49-60.

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Garma

La estatua de hace 25.000 a 30.000 años, conocida con el nombre de Venus de Willendorf tiene su cuerpo desnudo, pero la cabeza completamente cubierta con una especie de cuerda que da vueltas alrededor de ella.

La “cabeza cubierta” en sueños, poesía, mitos y folklore, encubría significados angustiosos relacionados con deseos genitales hacia la madre.

Garma.

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Garma (1952). Kohen, Max: The Venus of Willendarf (La Venus de Willendorf). “American Imago”, 1942, vol. III, N 4, 49-60.. Rev. Psicoanál., 9(1):139

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