Toronto : Inner City Books, c2001.
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126 p.; 22 cm
This book evolved out of a desire to pin-point key passages in Jung's writings that have nourished the author for many years. It provides readers new to analytical psychology with the main ingredients of Jung's work and how they might flavor a life. The appetizers that head each chapter are fleshed out by the author's commentaries meant to stimulate the reader to ruminate on the unconscious factors that influence us all. Those seeking a more robust meal will be amply rewarded by following up the footnote references.
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