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  1. Introduction
  2. The key to Jungian psychology
  3. Dr. Jekyll an epitome of an upstanding citizen
  4. The idea that one's shadow is limited
  5. Conclusion
  6. Works cited

Every child is born with a vast library of experiences which Jungian psychology describes as the collective unconscious, the contents of which are called archetypes. These archetypes are unlearned tendencies to experience life in certain ways, and manifest themselves in several forms. Some of the forms include the mother, the father, the child, and the maiden. Perhaps the most mysterious of these archetypes is the shadow (Boree 4).

[...] At the beginning of the story, a miller is looking for a better way to grind his grain. The Devil makes him a bargain: he will give the miller a new, efficient way to grind if the miller will give him whatever is in the backyard. The miller agrees, thinking the Devil is talking about an old tree that rests in back of the house. Unbeknownst to him, the Devil is actually referring to his daughter who is standing behind the house. [...]


[...] The Shadow: Man's Garbage Can Every child is born with a vast library of experiences which Jungian psychology describes as the collective unconscious, the contents of which are called archetypes. These archetypes are unlearned tendencies to experience life in certain ways, and manifest themselves in several forms. Some of the forms include the mother, the father, the child, and the maiden. Perhaps the most mysterious of these archetypes is the shadow (Boree 4). Jung described the shadow as the part of the collective conscious that deals with sex and life instincts. [...]

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