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

By: William Schoenl


This story details Jung’s friendships with Mary Mellon and J. B. Priestley, who both admired him and helped make his psychology known and recognized throughout the world. In this book, we get a glimpse of Jung the man, with “nose and ears,” as his son Franz said of him—a remarkable genius but also a man with ordinary human strivings and flaws.

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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 Based on his original research in Jung’s unpublished correspondence, this work illuminates the humanity of Jung, Mary Mellon, and J. B. Priestley.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 nonwithstanding–Jung was anti-Nazi during the War.

Publisher:Chiron Publications
About the Author:William Schoenl edited Major Issues in the Life and Work of C.G. Jung. He has published numerous articles, essays, book reviews, and poems. He lives with his wife Linda in East Lansing.
Product Dimensions:6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
Publication Date:1998