Boston : Little, Brown and Co., c2003.
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xiii, 881 p.; 25 cm
This authoritative biography reveals the untold truth about Jung's secret work for the Allies during World War II, his controversial affair with one of his patients, and the contents of his private papers, as well as never before published photos.
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