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Heros phalliques et symboles maternels dans la mythologie australienne : essai d'interpretation psychanalytique d'une culture archaique / Geza Roheim ; traduit de l'anglais par Roger Dadoun
Bib ID 2029083
Format BookBook
Author
Roheim, Geza, 1891-1953
 
Uniform Title Eternal ones of the dream. French
Description Paris : Gallimard, c1970 
333 p.,[8] p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Series

Connaissance de l'inconscient.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Rites and ceremonies.  |  Religion -- Australia.  |  Totemism -- Australia.  |  Psychoanalysis and folklore.

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