Carlos Castaneda Bibliography

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  • Books of Carlos Castaneda:
    • Las ensenanzas de don Juan (1*ed.Ingl-1968;Ital-1970;Mex-1974,Fond.Cult.Econ)
    • Una realidad aparte (1*ed.Ingl-1971;Mex-1974,Fond.Cult.Econ)
    • Viaje a Ixtlan (1*ed.Ingl-1971;Mex-1975,Fond.Cult.Econ)
    • Relatos de Poder (1*ed.Ingl-1974;Mex-1976,Fond.Cult.Econ)
    • El segundo anillo de Poder (1*ed.Ingl-1977;Esp-1979,Ed.POMAIRES)
    • El don del Aguila (1*ed.Ingl-1981;Esp-1982,Ed.DIANA)
    • El fuego interno (1*ed.Ingl-1984;Esp-1984,Ed.DIANA)
    • El conocimiento silencioso (1*ed.Ingles-1987;Arg=1988,Ed.EMECE')
    • El Arte de Ensoñar (1*ed.Ingl-1993;Esp-1993,Ed.DIANA)
    • Tensegridàd-Pases Magicos (1*ed.Ingl-1998;Esp-1998,Ed.ATLANTIDA)
    • La rueda del tiempo (1*ed.Ingl-1998;Esp-1998,Ed.GAYA)
    • El lado activo del infinito (1*ed.Ingl-1999;Esp-1999,E.B)
  • Authors not esoteric and more historical:
    • Toltecayotl, aspectos de la cultura náhuatl por Miguel León-Portilla (Fond.Cult.EconMEX-1987)
    • Kinam, antiguas pràticas toltecas por Frank Díaz (ALBA Edit.Mex-2004)
  • More recent authors, spokesman for other lineages:
    • El Nahual de Cinco Puntas por Domingo Delgado Solòrzano (ALBA Edit.Mex-2004)
    • NEREA-Revelaciònes del liñaje del señor nahual don Jorge Elìas di Enrique Rojas Pàramo (GRIJALBO Edit.Mex-2000)

A list in more detail, below here.

Carlos Castañeda was a Peruvian author who graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles with a PhD in Anthropology. Starting with The Teachings of Don Juan in 1968 and ending with "The Active Side of Infinity" in 1998, he wrote a series of books that described his arduous training and associated awareness-expanding experiences under the guidance of Juan Matus and Genaro Flores from 1960 to 1973. Although sometimes inaccurately described as traditional Mesoamerican shamanism, these most ancient protocols or disciplines are more accurately referred to nowadays, thanks in large part to Carlos Castañeda, as "Nagual Shamanism".

Initially his books were considered works of anthropology, but five years after the first one was published, critics such as Joyce Carol Oates began to consider them fiction.

Castañeda was very protective of his privacy and until recently little was known about him outside what was learned from his twelve books. He rarely spoke in public except toward the end of his life, and he gave very few interviews.


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[modifica] Interviews

  • Corvalan, Graciela, Magical Blend #14, "A conversation with the elusive Carlos Castañeda".
  • Corvalan, Graciela, Magical Blend #15, "Carlos Castañeda, part II".
  • Burton, Sandra, Time Magazine, "Magic and Reality". 1973.
  • Corvalan, Graciela, "Der Weg der Tolteken - Ein Gespräch mit Carlos Castañeda", Fischer, 1987, ca. 100p., ISBN 3-596-23864-1
  • Fort, Carmina, "Conversationes con Carlos Castañeda". Madrid (Spain), 1991.
  • Keen, Sam, Psychology Today, "Sorcerer's Apprentice". 1975.
  • Leviton, Richard, Yoga Journal, March/April 1994 #115, "The Art of Dreaming".
  • Wagner, Bruce, Details, March 1994, "The Secret Life of Carlos Castañeda: You Only Live Twice".

[modifica] Biographical works

  • Amy Wallace. The Sorcerer's Apprentice: My Life with Carlos Castañeda (2003)
  • Filming Castañeda: The Hunt for Magic and Reason by Gaby Geuter (2004) ISBN 1-4140-4612-X

[modifica] Critical works

  • Ash, Lee. [Review of A Separate Reality.] Library Journal, 1971 (1 May)
  • Barthelme, Donald. The Teachings Of Don B.: A Yankee Way Of Knowledge. New York Times Magazine, 1973 (11 February), 14-15, 66-67. Reproduced in D. Barthelme, Guilty Pleasures. Dell, 1974.
  • Castañeda, Margaret Runyan, as told to Wanda Sue Parrott. My Husband Carlos Castañeda. Fate, 1975 (February).
  • Castañeda, Margaret Runyan. A Magical Journey with Carlos Castañeda. Victoria: Millenia Press 1996 ISBN 978-0-9696960-1-8
  • Cook, Bruce. Is Carlos Castañeda for Real? National Observer, 1973 (24 February).
  • De Holmes, Rebecca B. Shabono: Scandal or Superb Social Science? American Anthropology [Vol. 85, p. 664]
  • de Mille, Richard. Castañeda's Journey: The Power and the Allegory. Santa Barbara: Capra Press. 1976. ISBN 0-88496-067-6
  • de Mille, Richard. The Don Juan Papers: Further Castañeda Controversies. Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company. 1990. ISBN 0-534-12150-0 / Santa Barbara, California: Ross-Erikson. 1980 ISBN 0-915520-25-7
  • Fikes, Jay Courtney. Carlos Castañeda, Academic Opportunism and the Psychedelic Sixties. Millenia Press (1993).
  • Freilicher, Lila. The Carlos Castañeda Trilogy. Publishers Weekly, 1972 (20 November).
  • Gill, Jerry H. The World Of Don Juan: Some Reflections. Soundings, 1974.
  • Globus, Gordon G. Will The Real 'Don Juan' Please Stand Up. The Academy, 1975 (December).
  • Holmes, Rebecca. 1983 Shabono: Scandal or Superb Social Science? American Anthropologist [85]
  • Kennedy, William. Fiction or Fact. New Republic, 1974 (16 November).
  • Mandell, Arnold J. Don Juan In The Mind. Human Behavior, 1975 (January).
  • Margolis, Joseph. Don Juan As Philosopher. In Noel (228-242), 1976.
  • Noel, Daniel. Seeing Castañeda: Reactions to the Don Juan Writings of Carlos Castañeda, Perigee Books (1976)
  • Oates, Joyce Carol. Anthropology-or fiction? [Letter] New York Times Book Review, 1972 (26 November)
  • Oates, Joyce Carol. Don Juan's Last Laugh. Psychology Today, 1974 (September).
  • Oates, Joyce Carol. Letter to Daniel C. Noel. (In Noel (69), 1976—op.cit.)
  • Parrott, Wanda Sue. I Remember Castañeda. Fate, 1975 (Feb).
  • Pulvino, Charles J. & Lee, James L. Counseling According to Don Juan. Counseling and Values: Volume 19, pages 125-130, February 1975.
  • Roszak, Theodore. A Sorcerer's Apprentice. Nation, 1969 (10 February)
  • Silverman, David. Reading Castañeda. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1975.
  • Spicer, Edward H. [Review of The Teachings of Don Juan] American Anthropologist, 1969 (April)
  • Sukenick, Ronald. Upward and Juanward: The Possible Dream. In Noel (110-120), 1976. (op.cit.) First published in Village Voice, 1973 (25 January).
  • Tomkins, Calvin. The Teachings Of Joe Pye: (Field notes for Carlos Castañeda's next epiphany). New Yorker, 1973 (3 February).
  • Wallace, John. The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Conversations with Carlos Castañeda. Penthouse, 1972 (December).
  • Wilk, Stan. [Review of A Separate Reality]. American Anthropologist. 1972 (August)

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[modifica] Related works

  • F. Bruce Lamb, Wizard of the Upper Amazon. The story of Manuel Córdova-Rios (NY: Atheneum 1971; 2d ed., Boston: Houghton-Mifflin 1974; 3rd, Berkeley: North Atlantic 1974).
  • Victor Sanchez. The Teachings of Don Carlos ISBN 1-879181-23-1
  • Kelley, Jane Holden. YAQUI WOMEN: Contemporary Life Histories (1997)
  • Edward Plotkin The Four Yogas Of Enlightenment: Guide To Don Juan's Nagualism & Esoteric Buddhism (2002) ISBN 0-9720879-0-7
  • Armando Torres Encounters with the Nagual: Conversations with Carlos Castañeda (2002) Spanish (2004) English ISBN 968-5671-04-4
  • Neville Goddard. "Awakened Imagination" heavily influenced by the work of Castañeda.[citazione necessaria]
  • Alice Kehoe, Shamans and Religion: An Anthropological Exploration in Critical Thinking. 2000. London: Waveland Press. ISBN 1-57766-162-1
  • Graham Kane: Toltec Dreamer: A Collection of Memorable Events from the life of a Man-of-Action (2002 UK) Little Big Press. ISBN 0-9543630-0-0
  • Martin J. Goodman: I was Carlos Castañeda: The Afterlife Dialogues (2001 New York) Three Rivers Press. ISBN 0-609-80763-3
  • Jon Whale: The Catalyst of Power: The Assemblage Point of Man (Paperback) ISBN 1-873483-21-X DragonRising Publishing (3rd Edition, 2009)
  • Merilyn Tunneshende: Don Juan and the art of sexual energy; The rainbow serpent of the Toltecs (2001, Rochester, Canada, ISBN 1-879181-63-0)
  • William Patrick Patterson: The Life & Teachings of Carlos Castañeda (2007, Arete Communications, ISBN 978-1-879514-97-3)

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