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Title 132.

Trampled to Death by Geese: More Eros, and a Lot More Nonsense (A Jungian analyst’s whimsical perspective on the inner life) Book Two of the Eros Trilogy.
Daryl Sharp (Toronto)

ISBN 9781894574341. Sewn. Index. 160 pp. 2011. $25.00

This is the book many have been waiting for—a sequel (of sorts) to the author’s acclaimed Live Your Nonsense (2010). Some advance reviews:

Trampled to Death by Geese is a rare anomaly in the world of Jungian writing. There are some racy, picaresque scenes, as befits the author’s style, but on the whole it is a delicate balancing act between narcissistic self-indulgence and serious explications of Jung’s ideas, with sheer fun along the way. This is no small feat, comparable to surviving Niagara Falls in a barrel.
-Yellowknife Drummer.

Trampled to Death by Geese is an audacious and clever meld of Logos and Eros. Highly recommended to those who can stand the tension.
—Saskatoon Harold.

Trampled is your best book ever, deftly integrating the opposites.
—T. W., London, Ontario.

Here is an artful dodger able to put complex ideas into words and real-life situations that laymen can understand. It is a rare ability.
—Robertson Davies, author of Fifth Business and The Manticore.

Jungiana simply doesn’t get more readable than this little gem. The writing is absolutely superb. It rolls along like the waves of the sea—constant, steady and rhythmic; fresh, salty and invigorating.
—A.C. Review of Books, Toronto, Ontario.

Daryl Sharp, M.A., B.Sc., B.J., is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich and the author of many other books in this series. He is the publisher of Inner City Books in Toronto, Canada, where he has an analytic practice.

Also available lower-priced as part of The Eros Trilogy


See also titles 129, 133. See all books by Daryl Sharp.