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User Review  - MsVoracious - LibraryThing

Not the synthesis of his ideas i had been looking for, but still interesting to read about a person who had such extraordinary dreams and visions. His relationship with Freud was particularly interesting. Still there were chunks of the book that i found boring. Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - phillynyc - LibraryThing

Even if you are not a Jung junkie, this book is a great read for anyone with at least one College Psyche class under their belt. The passage about Jung's split from Freud and the reasons behind it will change you impressions of these two dreams mavens. Read full review

Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections

User Review  - Sherah - Goodreads

I really, really, really, really, really enjoyed the first part of this book. I developed a strong crush on Dr. Jung due to his extreme sensitivity, reflection, and openmindedness displayed naturally ... Read full review

Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections

User Review  - Andy McKenzie - Goodreads

I went through love/hate cycles with the words, sentences, paragraphs, and themes in this book. There is much that is profound and that I found potentially useful, but there is also much that seems ... Read full review

Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections

User Review  - Derek Davis - Goodreads

I can't give this book an overall rating because I so dislike Jung as he presents himself here (or it may be the way the material was assembled by his editor). Also, I've read none of his salient ... Read full review

Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections

User Review  - Barak - Goodreads

An interesting and somewhat different autobiography. As far as I can discern normally biographies and autobiographies can be divided into two kinds: 1. Those that put emphasis on the factual; either ... Read full review

Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections

User Review  - Ed Smiley - Goodreads

Everything seems to be taking me through the intersection of the dream world and my individuality. I simply hate to read Jung when everything seems to cry out synchonicity--it's all too obvious. I'm ... Read full review


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