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Books on Midlife & Aging

ISBN 0-919123-00-7. Illustrated. Index. 128 pp. 1980. $25.00

A concise illustration of the meaning and purpose of neurosis, with particular attention to puer psychology, anima and shadow, the mother complex, individuation and dream symbolism. Focus on the life of Franz Kafka.

ISBN 0-919123-15-5. Index. 128 pp. 1984. OUT OF PRINT

A moving account of a woman’s Jungian analysis, interweaving her personal experience with social, biological, emotional and psychological factors. Reveals later life as a time of self-discovery and potential rebirth.

ISBN 0-919123-36-8. Index. 144 pp. 1989. $25.00

Continues the story of Norman’s midlife crisis (title 35) and what happened to him when he went into analysis. Again, part textbook, part novel.

ISBN 0-919123-60-0. Index. 128 pp. 1993. $25.00

Why do so many go through so much disruption in their middle years? Why then? What does it mean and how can we survive it? The Middle Passage shows how we can pass through midlife consciously, rendering the second half of life all the richer and more meaningful.

ISBN 0-919123-63-5. Index. 144 pp. 1994. $25.00

A comprehensive overview of inner events and creative possibilities during the years after middle age. Prétat explores the tasks and potential rewards of this period, including the relevance of the Demeter-Persephone myth.

ISBN 1-894574-04-4. Index. 160 pp. 2003. $25.00

Over the years James Hollis has offered us many a feast. This time we are offered something different—more of a working partnership than a finished meal. Here Hollis navigates the deep questions that haunt us all, sharing his personal experience only so that we may more deeply understand our own. This is not a book of revealed truths. Rather it surrenders to the questions, guided only by whatever insight, endurance and energy we each may have. The partnership is rich in poetry as well as prose, but most of all it shares the burden of uncertainty, and reminds us of its treasures.