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Spring 85 : On Home and the Wanderer | Spring : A Journal of Archetype and Culture | out of print
Cater, Nancy (Edt)
Spring Journal and Books - OOB / out-of-print pb / 2011-03-01 / 1935528149
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368 pages
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This volume contains cultural, personal, literary, and clinical reflections on the many themes that arise in considering the notions of "home" and "the wanderer": earth as home, body as home, language as home, home and identity, home and place, the longing for home, loss of home, homelessness, the longing to return home, immigration, home and the nomadic tradition, the wandering complex, home and the wanderer in Nietzche and Faulkner, and leisure travel. Dreams about a number of these topics are also described as they arise in therapy, and Jung's own travels in India and in Africa are discussed.


In Memoriam: Rafael López-Pedraza (1920-2011) Axel Capriles M.
On Home and the Wanderer
Rediscovering Home: A Myth for Our Time Hendrika de Vries
Home as Self, Home as Soul: The Wisdom and Narrative of Place Robin van Loben Sels
In the Footsteps of Scheherazade, An Inspiring Image of Feminine Development and Creativity: Aisha's Story in Jungian and Transcultural Perspective Valentina Lucia Zampieri
On Home and Identity: Following the Way of the Roma Alexandra Fidyk
The Hope of Finding Home: Exploring the Wandering Complex Elena Pourtova
Remain True to the Earth: Home and Wandering in Nietzsche Paul Bishop
The Wonder of Wandering: Archetype, Myth, and Metaphor in William Faulkner's "The Bear" Dennis Patrick Slattery
Cultural Tourism and Soul Care: Traveling to Recover the Anima Mundi Kaj Noschis
Who Am I? India, Jung, and Me Jörg Rasche
Sacred Travel, Divine Traveler Julie A. Sgarzi

The Baynes Film of Jung's 1925-26 Expedition to East Africa
(with a Foreword by Diana Baynes Jansen) Blake Burleson
The Giegerich/Romanyshyn Debate:
Continuing Responses
Wolfgang Giegerich: The Search for Psychological "Soul" John Hoedl
The Giegerich/Romanyshyn Debate about Depth Psychology and Climate Change: No Soul in Nature? Linda Buzzell
Giegerich, Romanyshyn, and the Eco-Apocalypse Witnesses-Only Club Craig Chalquist

Book Reviews
The House of C. G. Jung: The History and Restoration of the Residence of Emma and Carl Gustav Jung-Rauschenbach by Andreas Jung, Regula Michel, Arthur Rüegg, Judith Rohrer, and Daniel Ganz and At Home in the World: Sounds and Symmetries of Belonging by John Hill Leonard Cruz
Healing Pandora: The Restoration of Hope and Abundance by Gail Thomas Dennis Patrick Slattery
C. G. Jung and Nikolai Berdyaev: Individuation and the Person: A Critical Comparison by Georg Nicolaus Gert Sauer

Film Reviews
Black Swan, directed by Darren Aronofsky Terrie Waddell
The King's Speech, directed by Tom Hooper Glen Slater

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