Table of contents for The archetypal symbolism of animals : lectures given at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, 1954/1958 / Barbara Hannah ; edited by David Eldred.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword of the Series Editor
Editor's Preface
The Archetypal Symbolism of the Cat, Dog, and Horse
I. Introduction
Lecture 1: April 26, 1954
II. The Cat: Notes on the Biological Background
III. The Cat: Maternal and False Nature
	Lecture 2: May 3, 1954
IV. The Cat: Rage and Emotion 
V. The Cat: Coziness and Laziness
VI. The Cat: Independence and Self-Reliance
	Lecture 3: May 10, 1954
VII. The Dog: Notes on the Biological Background
VIII. The Dog: Friend and Betrayer
	Lecture 4: May 17, 1954
IX. The Dog: Guide and Trickster
X. The Dog: Watchdog and Thief
	Lecture 5: May 24, 1954
XI. The Dog: Healer and Corpse Eater
XII. The Horse: Notes on the Biological Background
XIII. The Horse: Obedient Worker and Unruly Spirit
XIV. The Horse: Helper and Victim
	Lecture 6: June 1, 1954
XV. The Horse: Imparter of Vitality and Destruction
XVI. The Horse: Panic and ESP
XVII. Conclusion of the Cat, Dog, and Horse
The Archetypal Symbolism of the Serpent
XVIII. Introduction to the Symbolism of the Serpent
	Lecture 1: October 28, 1957
XIX. The Serpent: Notes on the Biological Background
	Lecture 2: November 4, 1957
XX. The Serpent as Demon of the Earth, Darkness, and Evil
	Lecture 3: November 11, 1957
	Lecture 4: November 18, 1957
XXI. The Serpent in Christianity
XXII. The Serpent as Spirit of Light and Wisdom
	Lecture 5: November 25, 1957
	Lecture 6: December 2, 1957
XXIII. The Serpent as the Uroboros of Cyclic Life
XXIV. The Serpent as a Symbol of Ghosts and Renewal
XXV. The Serpent as Union of the Opposites and Communicatiaon with the Divine
	Lecture 7: December 8, 1957
The Archetypal Symbolism of the Lion
XXVI. Introduction to the Lion
	Lecture 8: January 20, 1958
XXVII. The Lion: Notes on the Biological Background
XXVIII. The Lion as a Solar Symbol
XXIX. The Lion as a Symbol of Order
	Lecture 9: January 27, 1958
	Lecture 10: February 3, 1958
XXX. The Lion as a Symbol of Urge, Desire, and Possession
	Lecture 11: February 10, 1958
XXXI. The Lion: Sublimation and Transformation
	Lecture 12: February 17, 1958
XXXII. The Lion as Resurrection and Spiritual Mana
The Archetypal Symbolism of the Bull and the Cow
Editorial Foreword
XXXIII. The Bull and Cow: Notes on the Biological Background
XXXIV. The Bull as Generative Power, Strength, and Fertility
XXXV. The Bull as a Symbol of Impetus and Piercing
XXXVI. The Bull as the Constant Victim
XXXVII. The Bull as Spiritual Regeneration
XXXVIII. The Cow as Mother
XXXIX. The Cow as Nurturer and Provider
XL. The Docility of the Cow
XLI. The Cow as the Feminine par Excellence
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Symbolism (Psychology).
Archetype (Psychology).
Animals -- Psychological aspects.
Psychoanalysis.