Women Who Run with the Wolves - Chapter 16, The Wolf's Eyelash Summary & Analysis

Clarissa Pinkola Estés
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Chapter 16, The Wolf's Eyelash Summary and Analysis

This chapter contains an incredibly powerful story. Here a woman goes on an expedition into the wilds, but she has not really left the realms of human-dominated territory. This is apparent when she finds a wild wolf caught in a trap of human origin and design. The woman in the story was forced into the woods by some nascent, innate, powerful force. She was directed to head for the forest in order to renew her life so she could begin again, fresh and reborn. Having obeyed this wisdom, she makes her way to semi-wild lands, whereupon she makes the discovery of this wild animal.

She felt compassion for the animal and was herself not in the position of the hunter. She had no wish to destroy the beast and probably because she had no relationship...

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