Carl Jung’s Big Red Book

redbook51Jgzb0tErL._SL500_AA240_‘This is a story about a nearly 100-year-old book, bound in red leather, which has spent the last quarter century secreted away in a bank vault in Switzerland.’ So begins Sara Corbett’s article in the New York Times magazine about Carl Jung’s secret Red Book. Scanned, translated, and footnoted, it will be in stores early next month, published by W. W. Norton and billed as the “most influential unpublished work in the history of psychology.”

One Comment to “Carl Jung’s Big Red Book”

  1. That is good news; particularly for Jungians. Some of them have been waiting for this book for a long time. Thank you for making it available to the public. Lena

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