The cry for myth
A chapter from the pcycoanalasist Rolo my's book about the roles of the therapist and patient. He uses the story of Dante and virgil from the "Dvine Comedy" as a metaphor for the journey.
The book I designed for this chapter opens from the middle, emphasising both the physical journey and the mental one as one is getting deeper and deeper inside the patient's mind and soul. This devision also indicates some of Rolo's words in the beginning about the therapist and the patient always walk together, but never on the same side. The text is devided for each character on her side and when virgil finishes the journey, learns to live with his demons and find the ability to love - pages are united.