Mythology, Archetypes, and Fairy Tales
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Out-of-Print and Hard-to-Find Books
Several important books in this area are out of print. In addition to the books listed here, I've put together a meta-booksearch page. You can search 25 Internet bookstores, including some specializing in hard-to-find, used, or out-of-print books.
Search for out-of-print Books. Use this search box to search for used copies (does not search all 25 bookstores):
Or browse the Mythic Bookstore:Books on mythology, archetypes, and fairy tales by James Hillman, Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, Emma Jung, Jonathan Young, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, John R. Haule, Robert A. Johnson, and others.
Some of my favorite books:
- Saga - Best New Writings on Mythology Vol. 1. Ashland, OR: White Cloud Press
- Jonathan Young
- Saga - Best New Writings on Mythology Vol. 2. Ashland, OR: White Cloud Press
- Jonathan Young
I also recommend Jonathan Young's continuing education seminars seminars, presented by the Center for Story and Symbol as an enjoyable way to spend a Saturday and get MCEP CE credits, too.
- The Mythic Imagination: The Question for Meaning through Personal Mythology
- Stephen Larsen/ Paperback
- Working With Images : The Theoretical Base of Archetypal Psychology
- Benjamin Sells(Editor)
- Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales
- Marie Louise Von Franz/ Paperback
Review: Fairy tales contain profound lessons for those who would dive into their meaning. Von Franz draws on her vast knowledge of folklore and her experience as a pychoanalyst and a collaborator with Jung to illuminate on fairy tales and the dark side of life and human pyschology.
- Birthday Letters
- Ted Hughes on his marriage to Sylvia Plath