Jungian Ever After | Snow White Part 2: Anima/Animus


Our part 2 coverage of Snow White discusses Anima/Animus and how it has shaped the way people perceive and project gender roles at varying points in history. 

The story is from Household Tales by Brothers Grimm and is read on the PREVIOUS episode of Jungian Ever After, Snow White Part 1: Archetypal Evil.

Adina also recommends:

  • The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales (Pantheon Fairy Tale And Folklore Library). If attempting to purchase this, be sure it says, “with Padraic Colum (intro) and Joseph Campbell (commentary) and James Scharl (illustr)”. Amazon considers all versions to be the same book, so you could accidentally buy a copy without those key elements.
  • Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales. Written by Marie-Louise von Franz.

Our intro/outro music is from Antoni Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, performed by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players. You can find the original at freemusicarchive.org

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