Spring 1954 [on cover: Spring / Nineteen Fifty-Four]

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, small tear in cloth spine covering at bottom rear hinge, slight bump and short corner crease at upper right front cover, residue from former label near top of spine]. 100 + [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 seven essays: "Antwort an Hiob, Subjective Reflections," by Hildegard Nagel; "Foreword to Symbols of Transformation," by Dr. Jung himself, translated by R.F.C. Hull; "The Dream of Socrates," by Marie Louise von Franz; "The God Image in the Cabbala," by Siegm. Hurwitz; "Our Relationship to the Artist," by Dorsha Hayes; "Victims of the Creative Spirit," by Barbara Hannah; and "On the Moon and Matriarchal Consciousness," by Erich Neumann. Also in this issue, preceding the Contents page, is a two-page obituary/tribute to Dr. Beatrice M. Hinkle, a founding member of the Club, who had recently passed away. The last (unnumbered) page is a list of publications available from the Club.

Title: Spring 1954 [on cover: Spring / Nineteen Fifty-Four]

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: 1954

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Printed wraps

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 20584

Keywords: Jungian Analysis Psychological Theory