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  • By Nathan Amon on November 23, 2015

    "Jung in Love" is one of those little books that you will end up reading more than once. Yes, this is a book that talks about Jung's relationship with Toni Wolff, and Emma Jung, and Sabina Spielrein, and Maria Moltzer. It is a story about love. But there is much, much more here. Owens illustrates how Jung's last four major books, written late in life, are in fact a focused reflection on events recorded in the Red Book and his journals over thirty years earlier. No matter how much one knows about Jung, I suspect this little work will add something new.

  • By lils on February 17, 2017

    The whole book is printed upside down.

  • By Sam99 on February 8, 2017

    Not everybody would understand this book; it is destined for those deep, turbulent souls who, like Jung, are capable of experiencing deep and unsettling emotions that, despite tormenting them at times, never fail to enrich their inner lives in ways entirely inaccessible to the layman. Jung was one of these souls and so is Dr. Lance Owens who obviously wrote this book as a labor of love. Indeed, words such as "love" and "romance" have been abused in horrible ways that they no longer indicate this mysterious, even tearful feeling that this book discusses.

  • By Robert S. Henderson on December 20, 2015

    Definitely a must book for Jungians. It is well written and a joy to read, with superb scholarship. Dr. Owens helps us deepen new understandings and appreciation of C.G. Jung, following the publicaiton of Liber Novus.

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