New York: Parabola Books, 1992. These essays, published over three decades, show the breadth of Luke's experiences as a Jungian psychologist, lecturer, and author. The collection is divided into three sections, indicative of three main streams in Luke's own thinking: her distinctive viewpoint as a woman who has lived through and observed every decade of the present century; the importance of Anglo-Catholicism as a touchstone for responsibility and discrimination in her search; and her lifelong love of examining the world's great literature as a route towards knowledge. Luke's ideas are often iconoclastic to contemporary attitudes of sexual politics, religious dogma, and literary interpretation: her approach is individual and unique, rigorous and refreshing, as she combines three paths — the way of woman, the way of discrimination, and the way of story — into a kaleidoscope of the inner journey necessary to us all. Fine condition in a fine dust jacket. Item #12597

341 pages.

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