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  1. says:

    Not what I hoped but still interesting in its own right I'm dumbfounded why she felt she had to spend 45 of thi

  2. says:

    Another riveting archetypal commentary by Marie Louise Von Franz Von Franz illustrates the theme of the puer aeternus by examining the story of

  3. says:

    What the hell did I just read? My first contact with Von Franz was through documentaries and I must say she intimidated me deeply I avoided her books for a while thinking she could over complicate things but damn I was so wrong She is amazing explaining things in a concise direct and very clear manner The subject puer aeternus or peter pan complex is something that caught my attention a couple of years ago and was revived by a rec

  4. says:

    I enjoyed the first half of this book which looked at Antoine de Saint Exupery's book the Little Prince from a Jungian perspective of the eternal youth Since I was very familiar with the book this part was easy

  5. says:

    never realized before but after reading this book there are a lot people with Puer around me or maybe us

  6. says:

    This book is a gem of literary and psychology analysis I have only two reservations about giving it 5 stars 1 clinical material would have been helpful in order to practically ground the work; and 2 some of the exposition is a little unfocused

  7. says:

    Interesting and valuable when it deals with the devouring mother complex Some things can be explained according to Le Senne's characterology and some others I completely disagree with Last part about that book by Bruno Goetz who? is extremely boring and draining; much of its symbolical attribution seems arbitrary

  8. says:

    I had to read this twice I added a star on the second reading Highly recommended if you enjoyed the book The Little Prince For those who have yet to grow up and are wondering why

  9. says:

    First half is amazing Second half may be amazing but I had never read nor heard of the work von Franz was analyzing so it made it interesting but did not fill me with amazement

  10. says:

    Oh Shit

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The Latin term puer aeternus means eternal youth In Jungian psychology it is used to describe a certain type of man charming affectionate creative and ever in pursuit of his dreams These are the men who remain adolescent well into their adult years generally full of lif. Another riveting archetypal commentary by Marie Louise Von Franz Von Franz illustrates the theme of the puer aeternus by examining the story of The Little Prince from the book by Antoine de Saint Exupery I m eternally grateful to her for the simple style and for the depth of understanding of the beloved Peter Pans

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Der ewige Jüngling Der Puer Aeternus und der kreative Genius im Erwachsenen

Ngian psychology in its most down to earth voice telling it like it is so accurately and with such a depth of understanding that it is still much in demand even though it has been out of print for many years This new edition features a Bibliography and an extensive Inde. First half is amazing Second half may be amazing but I had never read nor heard of the work von Franz was analyzing so it made it interesting but did not fill me with amazement

Read & download ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub º Marie-Louise von Franz

E yet strangely draining to those around them We have worked with them loved them and watched them wave good bye It is impossible to overstate the influence on both men and women of this classic study originally a series of lectures at the Zurich Jung Institute It is Ju. This book is a gem of literary and psychology analysis I have only two reservations about giving it 5 stars 1 clinical material would have been helpful in order to practically ground the work and 2 some of the exposition is a little unfocused at times Both reservations are explained by the origin of the material it was given as twelve lectures in Zurich We re lucky to have this book so I give it a 5 anyway