GFENC, 2016. PUT YOURSELF IN DOROTHY’S SHOES… Can “The Wizard of Oz” story be used as an allegory of the spiritual path with enough depth and universality to embody core spiritual truths common to all faiths? This book says “yes!” The author invents the concept of the “spiritual monomyth” and.....
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Birmingham: W.J. Close, 1893. Limited edition of 600 copies; Reprint of Robert Triphook, 1822, edition; Page edges untrimmed; cloth binding with paper covered boards and paper spine label; 213 pages.
New York: 1992. 315 pages.
Princeton: Princeton Univ Press, 1967. First edition. Bollingen Series LXXXIV; Translated from the German by Ralph Manheim with a preface by George Boas and an introduction by Joseph Campbell; 309 pages.
New York: Putnams, 1911. Second edition. 148 pages.
New York: Putnams, 1912. First edition. Top pages gilt; 160 pages.
New York: Putnams, 1920. Top pages gilt; 216 pages.
Athens: Privately Published, 1986. First edition. 77 illustrations; 260 pages.
New York: FactsOnFile, 1995. First printing. 240 pages.
San Francisco: Sierra Club Press, 1979. First edition. 252 pages.
New York: Parabola, 1983. First edition. Contains " The Bison and the Moth: Lakota Correspondences" by Joseph Epes Brown, "Renegotiating the Contracts" by Barry Lopez, "The Colomber" by Dino Buzzati, Hieroglyph of Light" by L. Charbonneau-Lassay, "A Parabola Bestiary", An interviewe with James Hillman by Thomas Moore, "The Ark of...
Chicago: Open Court, 1928. First edition. Jacket generally worn and missing a large piece from rear panel; 76 pages.
New York: Penguin Books, 1997. First printing. 228 pages.
New York: Pantheon, 1955. First edition. Papers by Julius Baum, C.G. Jung, C. Kerenyi and others; 476 pages.
New York: Pantheon, 1955. First edition. Papers by Martin Buber, C.G. Jung, C. Kerenyi and others; Ownership signature of Jean Sulzberger; 506 pages.
New York: Viking, 1969. First edition. Jacket has several tears, chips and small pieces missing but is clean.
New York: Regnery, 1969. 248 pages.
New York: Regnery, 1970. 248 pages.
Shaftesbury: Element, 1999. 258 pages.
Boston: Element, 1999. Illustrated; 258 pages.
New York: Harper & Row, 1988. First edition. 125 pages.
New York: Harper & Row, 1988. 155 pages.
New York: Viking, 1960. Second impression. 504 pages.
2007. During the final years of his life, Joseph Campbell embarked on a speaking tour in which he drew together all that he had learned about what he called the "one great story" of humanity. These remarkable talks were filmed and are presented here in the order and manner in...
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1971. First edition. 317 pages.