Objects & Places from The Interpretation of Fairy Tales

Marie-Louise von Franz
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The Self

This is Carl Jung's central psychological archetype, the unified consciousness and unconsciousness.

Anima

This is the feminine essence buried in the unconscious of every man.

Animus

This is the male essence buried in the unconscious of every female.

Shadow

This is a double self, a mirror-image that contains a separate but related aspect that has splintered off.

Once Upon a Time

This introduction stresses the universality of the fairy tale.

Feathers

These objects are associated with birds and thus with the air, which is the realm of the spirits.

Carpet

The king in The Three Feathers asks his sons to fetch one of these to determine who will rule his kingdom.

Infertility

As in Shaggy Top, many fairy tales begin with a couple facing this dilemma.

Kitchen

In Prince Ring, Ring finds his positive shadow standing in this part of the giants' home.

Barrel

In Prince...

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