by Nor Hall
In verse and prose, Nor Hall's Traces imagines the life of a Catholic nun who travels through Europe during the war-torn 1940s. Nor Hall is a Jungian psychoanalyst, noted playwright, imaginal dramaturge, and conducts classes in initiation psychology for a variety of audiences: literary, Jungian, feminist, artistic, theological, and academic. Her publications include The Moon and the Virgin, Those Women, Reflections on the Archetypal Feminine, Broodmales, and The End of the Iron Age.
36pp, perfect bound,
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Published in August 2010.