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We, understanding the psychology of romantic love /

"WE retells the myth of Tristan and Iseult, one of the earliest romance tales, and uses it as a reference point to explain the essence and meaning of romantic love. Employing Jungian philosophy, Robert A. Johnson uncovers many of the unconscious beliefs about love shared by both sexes and shows... Full description

Main Author: Johnson, Robert A., 1921-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: [San Francisco] : HarperSanFransisco, 1983
Edition: 1st pbk. ed.
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Contents: A note on the sources and translation of the myth --A note for women --Introduction --On myths --pt. 1. The narrative :How Tristan was born and grew up to be a great knight --[ch.] 1.Blanchefleur --[ch.] 2.The child of sadness --[ch.] 3.Islands of consciousness, seas of God --[ch.] 4.The sword and the harp --pt. 2. The narrative :How Tristan was conquered by the wine of love --[ch.] 5.Approaching the wine --[ch.] 6.The wine of herbs --[ch.] 7.Iseult the Fair 00[ch.] 8.The love potion of history --[ch.] 9.Guile and force --pt. 3. The narrative :How Tristan and Iseult wandered in the enchanted orchard --[ch.] 10.The Queen of the Inner World --[ch.] 11.Deceit beneath the pine --[ch.] 12.The fourth year of Morois --pt. 4. The narrative :How Tristan found Iseult of the White Hands and how love and death at last were mixed --[ch.] 13.Puzzles and paradoxes --[ch.] 14.Iseult of the Earth --[ch.] 15.Suffering and death --[ch.] 16.Iseult-Maya : the dance of illusion --Conclusion --[ch.] 17.The White Bison Spirit Woman --[ch.] 18.The dream of the bell of the Holy Virgin --[ch.] 10.Of human love.
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