Toronto : Inner City Books, c1994.
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110 p.; 22 cm
Edinger puts a human face on the union of opposites in two concise essays: "Introduction to Jung's Mysterium Coniunctionis" and "A Psychological Interpretation of the Rosarium Pictures"--the alchemical drawings on which Jung based The Psychology of the Transference.
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