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Zarrow, Sheila. Edward F. Edinger. The Psyche on Stage: Individuation Motifs in Shakespeare and Sophocles. Toronto: Inner City Books, 2001.
Elsner, Thomas. “Animals and Analysis: The Grimm’s Tale, ‘The Three Languages.’”In Psychological Perspectives 53:3 (2010).
Elsner, Thomas.”Following the Footsteps of the Soul in Research.” In Psychological Perspectives 52:1 (2009).
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Grevatt, William K. Mystics, Warriors, and The Grail; Exploring the Sacred Medieval Psyche. Article on depth psychology and it’s historical roots within medieval religious mysticism. Psychological Perspectives; Volume 56-1, 2013; Los Angeles, California.
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Williams, Kyle. “Understanding Om (Aum), Turiya, and the Three States of Consciousness in the Mandukya Upanisad.” In Psychological Perspectives 51:2 (2008).
Cordic, Dianne. Review of Emmanuel Kennedy-Xypolitas, editor. The Fountain of the Love of Wisdom: An Homage to Marie-Louise von Franz. In Psychological Perspectives 52:1 (2009).
Feather, Jacqueline. Review of Avatar, directed by James Cameron. In Psychological Perspectives 53:3 (2010).
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Heyraud, Joyce King. Review of I am Love, directed by Luca Guadagnino. In Psychological Perspectives 53:3 (2011).
Porterfield, John. Review of The Dark Knight, directed by Christopher Nolan. In Psychological Perspectives 52:2 (2009).