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Jung: A Biography
Deirdre Bair
0641712715

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Memories, Dreams, Reflections
C. G. Jung
0679723951
January 1963
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Book Description
An autobiography put together from conversations, writings and lectures with Jung's cooperation, at the end of his life.

Language Notes
Text: English, German (translation)

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Carl Gustav Jung
Anne Casement
0761962379
Jan 2001
Hardcover
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Book Description
`This book offers a fresh and full introduction to Jung's psychology - it will be appreciated by many, from novice counsellors to the well-read analyst who will find... that there is much to learn about C G Jung' - Journal of Analytical Psychology

`Ann Casement achieves an almost impossible task in her contribution to this useful series from SAGE, namely to create a lively overview of a complex man and his equally complex contributuions to analytic psychotherapy.... Casement achieves in this short book what Jung may have hoped to do when he reported a dream following a meeting with a publisher who was encouraging him to write a popular text of his ideas for the non-specialist. He had rejected the idea out of hand, but later he had a dream that changed his mind. "Jung found himself `standing in a...



Freud & Jung: A Dual Introduction
Anthony Storr
0760709394
July 1998
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Carl Gustav Jung
Anne Casement
0761962387
Jan 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
`This book offers a fresh and full introduction to Jung's psychology - it will be appreciated by many, from novice counsellors to the well-read analyst who will find... that there is much to learn about C G Jung' - Journal of Analytical Psychology

`Ann Casement achieves an almost impossible task in her contribution to this useful series from SAGE, namely to create a lively overview of a complex man and his equally complex contributuions to analytic psychotherapy.... Casement achieves in this short book what Jung may have hoped to do when he reported a dream following a meeting with a publisher who was encouraging him to write a popular text of his ideas for the non-specialist. He had rejected the idea out of hand, but later he had a dream that changed his mind. "Jung found himself `standing in a...



Dante's Path: A Practical Approach to Achieving Inner Wisdom
Bonney Gulino Schaub
0641677200

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Carl Jung
Claire Dunne
0930407490
Nov 2000
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
In today's marketplace, books on or about spiritual therapies of all kinds are getting to be as common and, to many, as irresistible as potato chips. This succinct, gorgeously illustrated portrait of Carl Jung stands out, however, as a reminder of the profundity and singularity of Jung's achievement. Irish-born, Australian transplant Dunne (People Under the Skin, etc.) captures Jung's immense personal power and intuition, attributing it (as Jung did) to his "archaic nature," his rootedness to the earth and to the primal layers of the unconscious. Deftly interweaving letters and commentary with an extraordinary array of 150 ancient and contemporary images, including three of Jung's paintings from his private journal, the unpublished "Red Book," Dunne helps readers grasp Jung's insight that the divine contains both...


Jung: A Biography
Deirdre Bair
0316076651
November 2003
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Jung's shade would be content with Bair's biography, which in bulk and detail suggests that there is little more to say. Lucid and persuasive, the National Book Award-winning biographer of Beckett strikes a balance between damage control and deification, for Jung's ambition, arrogance and lack of generosity tend now to obscure his originality as a thinker and his impact on theories about why we dream and how we think. While Bair provides perhaps more about almost every aspect of his youth, maturity, rivalries, renown and old age than we care to know, it takes an author's note and two long endnotes to realize how much censorship the Jung heirs still insist upon. Bair was, for example, denied access to the diaries of Jung and his mother, which were deemed "too private," and to the thousand letters between Jung and...


Jung
Anthony Stevens
9626342986
November 2003
Compact Disc
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From AudioFile
Carl Jung, the Swiss father of the conscious and unconscious mind, developed extensive and complicated theories of mental illness. He and rival Sigmund Freud pursued parallel efforts in psychoanalysis. Jung's extensive writings throughout a long professional life started an important reformation in our approach to mental function and malfunction. This book's vocabulary would challenge a Ph.D., but Tim Pigott-Smith's mellow voice achieves perfect pronunciation. By giving welcome expression to the dry definitions, his tempered enthusiasm and varying pace add color to a black-and-white text. In fact, the reader's feeling adds so much vitality to the production that he brings what the message lacked to make it palatable. J.A.H. © AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine ...


Young Carl Jung
Robert W. Brockway
1888602015
September 1997
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Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul: An Illustrated Portrait
Claire Dunne
0930407504
June 2001
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
In today's marketplace, books on or about spiritual therapies of all kinds are getting to be as common and, to many, as irresistible as potato chips. This succinct, gorgeously illustrated portrait of Carl Jung stands out, however, as a reminder of the profundity and singularity of Jung's achievement. Irish-born, Australian transplant Dunne (People Under the Skin, etc.) captures Jung's immense personal power and intuition, attributing it (as Jung did) to his "archaic nature," his rootedness to the earth and to the primal layers of the unconscious. Deftly interweaving letters and commentary with an extraordinary array of 150 ancient and contemporary images, including three of Jung's paintings from his private journal, the unpublished "Red Book," Dunne helps readers grasp Jung's insight that the divine contains both...


C.G. Jung Letters: Volume 1: 1906-1950
C. Jung
0691098956
June 1992
Hardcover
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Review
What [Jung] offers from the furnace of his mind is near enough to that Philosopher's Stone sought by his old friends the alchemists to hold us enchanted through unnumbered re-readings.

Book Description

Beginning with Jung's earliest correspondence to associates of the psychoanalytic period and ending shortly before his death, the 935 letters selected for these two volumes offer a running commentary on his creativity. The recipients of the letters include Mircea Eliade, Sigmund Freud, Esther Harding, James Joyce, Karl Kernyi, Erich Neumann, Maud Oakes, Herbert Read, Upton Sinclair, and Father Victor White.

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C. G. Jung Letters, 1951-1961, Vol. 95
C. Jung
0691097240
April 1976
Hardcover
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Review
What [Jung] offers from the furnace of his mind is near enough to that Philosopher's Stone sought by his old friends the alchemists to hold us enchanted through unnumbered re-readings.

Book Description

Beginning with Jung's earliest correspondence to associates of the psychoanalytic period and ending shortly before his death, the 935 letters selected for these two volumes offer a running commentary on his creativity. The recipients of the letters include Mircea Eliade, Sigmund Freud, Esther Harding, James Joyce, Karl Kernyi, Erich Neumann, Maud Oakes, Herbert Read, Upton Sinclair, and Father Victor White.

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