arion Jean Woodman 1928 - 2018 to our personal and collective lives. Her special concern was the feminine, which she illuminated from her own female perspective.
Unfortunately, I didn't meet Marion personally - though I did miss her by a whisker in Toronto on one visit. However, I look at the Bibliography of my PhD thesis and there she is, informing my argument.
I have a whole section of my library devoted to her and the list is long:
> Addiction to Perfection;
> Conscious Femininity;
> The Owl was a Baker's Daughter; (the intriguing title is taken from Ophelia in Shakespeare’s Hamlet);
> The Ravaged Bridegroom, and more. (all published by Inner City Books in Toronto).
The recurring theme is eating disorders and her work with many women using Jungian psychology.