Jung: A Biography

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Paw Prints, May 29, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 881 pages
Considers the prestigious thinker's achievements as the founder of analytical psychology, his strained professional relationship with Sigmund Freud, the widespread support for his ideas, and accusations that he was anti-Semitic, a misogynist, and guilty of falsifying data. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

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A fastidious, full-scale biography of the Swiss psychologist.Few characters in the history of psychoanalysis have been as gifted, pivotal, or personally fascinating as the polymorphous Jung, who, with ... Read full review

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By their choice of occupation, psychologists become fair game for biographers, but not many subjects hold the fascination of Carl Jung. Bair (Samuel Beckett: A Biography, winner of the National Book ... Read full review

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