C.G. Jung: His Friendships with Mary Mellon and J.B. Priestley

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Chiron Publications, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 94 pages
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William Schoenl, Ph.D., Columbia University, is professor of modern history at Michigan State University. Based on his original research in Jung's unpublished correspondence, this work illuminates the humanity of Jung. Mary Mellon, and J. B. Priestley. In addition, it depicts how it felt to live in Switzerland during World War II; Jung's letters to Mary Mellon clearly show that - a FBI file on him notwithstanding - Jung was anti-Nazi during the War.

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