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Lilith - the First Eve

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Lilith - the First Eve
Lilith - the First Eve Book Cover, written by Siegmund Hurwitz
Lilith - the First Eve Book Cover, written by Siegmund Hurwitz
Author(s) Siegmund Hurwitz
Publisher Daimon Books
Publication date January 1, 2008
Media type Paperback
Length 262 Pages
ISBN 978-3856305772

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Lilith - the First Eve is a book written by Siegmund Hurwitz. In this work the author interprets the myths and legends of Lilith, also known as the first Eve.


Overview

  • Title: Lilith - the First Eve
  • Author: Siegmund Hurwitz
  • Published By: Daimon Books
  • Length: 262 Pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 3856305777
  • ISBN-13: 978-3856305772
  • Publishing Date: January 1, 2008


Plot Summary

In a fascinating excursion though the history of her myth, Seigmund Hurwitz presents and interprets the ancient dark-winged goddess Lilith, also known as "the first Eve". The authors extraordinary meticulous study of the original sources brings to light a striking figure long lost from our awareness, yet highly relevant to a psychological understanding of today's evolving masculine and feminine identities. Case material from his analytical practice imbeds Lilith in the everyday problems of contemporary life. That an unbridled life-urge which refuses to be assimilated lies behind depression...seems to me to be a new and important discovery. By combining the experience of a contemporary man with this historical material, Seigmund Hurwitz sheds new light on both. - From the Foreword by Marie-Louise von Franz


Book Review

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