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Now or Neverland : Peter Pan and the Myth of Eternal Youth : A Psychological Perspective on a Cultural Icon
Yeoman, Ann
Inner City Books / Softcover / 1998-11-01 / 091912383X
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology / Toronto Authors
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192 pages
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A psychological overview of the puer aeternus archetype, with a detailed interpretation of Peter Pan, J.M. Barrieā€™s play and novel. A lively perspective on the puer as symbolic of both creative and destructive energies. --- from the publisher

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