Cinderella and Her Sisters: The Envied and the Envying

Cinderella and Her Sisters: The Envied and the Envying

by Ann Ulanov, Barry Ulanov

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ISBN-13: 9783856307462
Publisher: Daimon Verlag
Publication date: 05/01/2012
Edition description: Updated
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 833,693
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Ann Ulanov is the 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.

Table of Contents

Preface 9

Part 1 Psychological Explorations

Introduction 15

1 Being Envied 19

2 Envying 28

3 Envy of the Mother 39

4 Envy of the Masculine 50

5 Envy of the Good 66

6 Treatment 74

Part 2 Theological Explorations

Introduction 93

7 Envy as Sin 95

8 The Envier's Spiritual Plight 100

9 The Envier's Sexual Plight 112

10 The Plight of the Good 119

11 Repentance 130

12 Consent 143

13 Corresponding to Grace 151

14 Goodness 157

A Postscript

15 Refusal 171

16 Willingness 174

17 Envy: Further Thoughts 176

Notes 180

Glossary 188

A Note on the Psychological Literature on Envy 191

Index 194

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An incredible book that opens windows onto new depths in understanding women, men, and the human condition overall. It reaffirms the joy of life, not superficially, but in all life's colors, from darkest to brightest and in between. A refreshingly mature view of "good and evil".