Spring 1951 [on cover: Spring / Nineteen Fifty-One]

By: (The Analytical Psychology Club of New York)

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(8.5 x 11 inches; typescript text, mimeographed on rectos only except for the title/copyright pages) [minor external wear, short tear in cloth spine covering at bottom front hinge, a couple of light scrape marks on front cover, residue from former label near top of spine]. 111 + [1] Annual journal of the first Jungian organization in the U.S., founded in 1936 as a forum for the discussion of C.G. Jung's ideas. This issue presents the following six essays: "Concerning the Self," by Dr. Jung himself, translated by Hildegarde Nagel; "Time and Tao," by Carol Baumann; "The Psychological Meaning of Initiation," by Eleanor Bertine; "A Man's World," by Eugene H. Henley; "Some Aspects of the Cultural Significance of Depth Psychology," by Assia Abel; and "The Dynamics of the Self," by Gerhard Adler. The last (unnumbered) page is a list of publications available from the Club.

Title: Spring 1951 [on cover: Spring / Nineteen Fifty-One]

Author: (The Analytical Psychology Club of New York)

Illustrator: Illustrated by (cover typography design) Geddes Smith

Categories: Psychology,

Edition: (Annual Edition)

Publisher: [New York], The Analytical Psychology Club of New York, Incorporated: 1951

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Printed wraps

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 20580

Keywords: Jungian Analysis Psychological Theory