New York : Routledge, 1991.
viii, 118 p.; 20 cm
Donated by Ted Bickford
LibraryThing member CliffBurns
Looking for a slim, accessible volume that introduces you to the convoluted theories and philosophies of Carl Jung? Look no further. Storr is brilliant enough to divine Jung's worldview and a good enough teacher and writer to explain it to laymen.
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