Maria Zelia de Alvarenga

Maria Zelia de Alvarenga is a medical psychiatrist who graduated from the School of Medicine School at São Paulo University (FMUSP), and a Jungian analyst in the Sociedade Brasileira de Psicologia Analítica (SBPA) and the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). She is the editor of the Jungian Magazine, where she has published many articles, and is the author of a number of works on mythology, including Oedipus, the Hero without Divine Protection, Symbolic Mythology, Structures of Psyche and Mythical Regencies, and Odysseus: the Hero of Cunning (with co-author Sylvia Baptista). She has participated and published in the Latin American Congress of Jungian Psychology and was the president of the SBPA from 1995 to 1997, and remains on the institution as a collaborative teacher.

The Grail, Arthur and his Knights: A Jungian Symbolic Reading

The Grail, Arthur and his Knights: A Jungian Symbolic Reading

by Maria Zelia de Alvarenga

  • Paperback £16.99

This book presents a broad and deep symbolic reading of the characters involved in the mythical Holy Grail. The author makes several correlations between symbolic readings of the text and the... (more)

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