New York : Schocken Books, 1967.
Original publication date
1983 (edition with new introduction by Anthony Storr)
E.A. Bennet introduces us to the thought of Jung in the context of his life and his life's work. In this classic overview of Jung's sixty-year career, Bennet covers the "background and development of Jung's thinking, personality classifications, analysis of the components of personality, the unconscious, dreams, the active imagination, alchemical symbolism and philosophy, psychotherapy, and Jung's relationship to Freud... The author's choice of material is judicious and the exposition of it shows deft craftsmanship."
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