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This was the original two volume red boxed set edition of Linda Fierz-David's ms. on the Villa of mysteries and mine of Those Women. It has since been republished, with a new preface, as Dreaming in Red, Spring Publications, 2005.About the Author:
Eleanor L. Hall (b.1947). Hall is a Jungian psychotherapist and widely read author of archetypal studies particularly on gender issues and cultural mythology. Residing in the Twin Cities for thirty-nine years, she has practiced archetypal psychology since 1972 while maintaining a career as a mythopoetic writer, independent lecturer, workshop leader, consultant, and theatre artist. Her work in recent years as a research dramaturg for Archipelago and content developer for new plays evolved out of participation in Pantheatre's Myth & Theatre Festivals. Hall is a volunteer case consultant for the Center for Victims of Torture in Minneapolis, a Pacifica Graduate Institute adjunct faculty and thesis advisor, an advisor for the Ashlar Institute on trauma issues, an advisor for Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, an advisor for Pantheatre, a member of the Walker Arts Center Producers' Council and friend of Rain Taxi Review of books. In 2011 she was a featured guest at These Women!, a conference in Santa Barbara at the Institute for Cultural Change that was named after her book titled Those Women (1988) republished as Dreaming in Red (2005).
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