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  • ISBN 0134660374
  • ISBN13 978-0134660370
  • Language English
  • Author Frances G Wickes
  • Publisher Prentice-Hall; First Edition edition (1978)
  • Pages 280
  • Formats azw lrf doc txt
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1798 kb
  • Size Fb2 1311 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 373


Start by marking The Inner World of Childhood (Spectrum) as. .Paperback, S532, 280 pages. Published January 1st 1978 by Prentice-Hall (first published 1927).

Start by marking The Inner World of Childhood (Spectrum) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Wickes writes in the Preface: "we must take with us two things if we would enter into the inner world of childhood: love, & an understanding which includes both intuitive perception & deep technical knowledge of those forces which rule our conscious & unconscious life. The Inner World of Childhood: A Study in Analytical Psychology. 0134660374 (ISBN13: 9780134660370).

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Category: Medical Books. Paying attention to such topics as imaginary playmates, childhood fears, and the child's curiosity about sex, Wickes examines the ways the early child-parent relationship directly affects the child's later socialization. Download Inner World of Childhood (A Spectrum book ; S-532) by Frances G. Wickes free. Inner World of Childhood (A Spectrum book ; S-532) by Frances G. Wickes fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE. Lewis Wickes Hine's Interpretive Photography: The Six Early Projects (Chica.

Frances Wickes (born Frances Gillespy, Lansingburgh, New York, August . The Inner World of Childhood: A Study in Analytical Psychology, 1927; (with a preface Carl Jung) New York: D. Appleton and C. 1931.

Frances Wickes (born Frances Gillespy, Lansingburgh, New York, August 28, 1875 – Peterborough, New Hampshire, May 5, 1967) was a psychologist and writer. Wickes kept a diary of dreams and made conferences, especially at the Analytical Psychology Club of New York. Wickes had a husband, Thomas Wickes (divorced in 1910 and died about 1947) and a son, Eliphalet Wickes (1906–1926). Wickes lived also in California and Alaska. The Inner World of Man, with Psychological Drawings and Paintings.

Author:Wickes, Frances G. The Inner World of Childhood. Book Binding:Paperback. All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. World of Books USA was founded in 2005. Показать все 3 объявления с подержанными товарами. Inner World: The Inner World of Childhood by Frances G. Wickes (1988, Paperback, Reprint). Напишите отзыв первым Об этом товаре.

Book Condition: This item shows signs of wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. All pages and cover are intact, but may have aesthetic issues such as small tears, bends, scratches, and scuffs. Spine may also show signs of wear. The Inner World of Choice.

ISBN 10: 0938434330 ISBN 13: 9780938434337. Publisher: Sigo Pr, 1988.

As a result, a great many individuals coming of age today, starving for guidance on how to live in relationship to their inner lives, find little . Boundaries of the soul: The practice of Jung's psychology. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books. The collected works of .

As a result, a great many individuals coming of age today, starving for guidance on how to live in relationship to their inner lives, find little that.

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Excellent
Negal
fantasting book
Bludsong
I never really get ahead with this book because I find it difficult to read. I like what it says about children catching on to the parent's unconscious. That really makes you work on yourself as a parent in a deeper way. Correct behavior is not enough.
Alsalar
The best book that I have seen, so far, on childhood & the psyche - from the inside. It is not "out of date", it is still ahead of it's time.
Should be required reading for anybody who has anything to do with children (parents, educators, therapists, family court judges, paediatricians, social workers etc.), or even for extending self-understanding as an adult.
Easy to read. A good lead-in to Jung's works. Personal. Insightful. Aware. Sensitive.
And can vividly remind one of what it is/was like to be a child.
First reading, 30 years ago – I couldn’t put it down!
Second reading, 10 years ago - took notes & absorbed it more deeply.
Makes one wonder why there aren't more books like this?
Welen
I had to write this review, because I saw it with only one star, and this is a five star book. It's the best book on childhood from a Jungian perspective. It includes great perspectives on the inner processes of children and adolescence in their efforts to break free from the clinging of unresolved and unconscious parental material. Another interesting tidbit, is that the book was actually mentioned in a 1940's movie, The Curse of the Cat People! The movie is about a child with an imaginary friend, and a character in the movie tells another person about this book (there's a great discussion about imaginary friends in the book). Another reason I love this book is that is provides a depth perspective on the child's spirituality, something that hasn't been done very well in subsequent books. Anyway, get this book!