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The Queen's Cloak: A Myth for Mid-Life

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Once upon a time, after the winter festival, the Queen realized she was bored and rather depressed. Looking at her ladies-in-waiting, she asked if anyone could think of something interesting to do. Most suggested the same old things, but one woman remembered that long ago the Queen had mentioned doing an inventory of the castle. "Now is the time," cried the Queen with deli ...more
Paperback, 126 pages
Published November 14th 2013 by Chiron Publications (first published December 1993)
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Sep 05, 2009 rated it it was ok
I was drawn to this book because of the author's use of a fairy tale as a tool for looking at woman's mid-life challenges from an archetypal perspective -- but was disappointed in her actual treatments of her theme.

The book seemed a bit simplistic, and the various aspects she treated did not resonate with me deeply enough to hold my interest.

Perhaps it would have been more valuable if I'd read it as part of a women's circle, where we could each have brought elements of our own lives to a discus
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