Synopses & Reviews
Seated in her nest of ashes, Cinderella embodies human misery. The essence of inner and outer nobility, she is the envy of her cruel stepmother and her ugly sisters. Using this familiar story, the authors explore the psychological and theological aspects of envy and goodness. They move back and forth between internal and external issues-from how feminine and masculine parts of persons fit or do not fit together to how individuals conduct their lives with those of the same and opposite sexes, how they conflict, compete, or join harmoniously.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -187) and index.
About the Author
Ann Belford Ulanov is Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychiatry and Religion at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. A Jungian analyst in private practice, she is also the author of numerous books, including "The Wizards' Gate", "Cinderella and her Sisters", "The Wisdom of the Psyche", "Picturing God", and "The Feminine in Jungian Psychology and Christian Theology". BARRY ULANOV, Professor of English and Chairman of the Program in the Arts at Barnard College, coauthored Religion and the Unconscious and Primary Speech: A Psychology of Prayer with his wife, Ann.