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Author Name    (Tolkien, J.R.R.). O'Neill, Timothy R.

Title   THE INDIVIDUATED HOBBIT: Jung, Tolkien and the Archetypes of Middle-earth

Binding   Hardcover.

Book Condition   Small red remainder dot to the bottom lower page edges, two tiny spots of stain to the top page edges, else near fine; in a near fine dust jacket with a few tiny edge tears, mild rubbing, and minor edge wear. 200 pages, including index. Diagrams.

Edition   First edition, first printing.

Publisher   Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1979.

ISBN Number    039528208X / 9780395282083

Seller ID   41063.00

O'Neill reads Tolkien in Jungian terms, and offers an explanation for the enduring appeal of the books by establishing an extensive correlation between Jung's theory of the collective unconscious and Tolkien's mythology for Middle-earth.

Jung. Psychoanalysis. Science Fiction/Fantasy Reference. Literary Criticism. Inklings.

Price = 25.00 USD



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