- Extracted from Volumes 6, 7, 9, 10 and 17
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- Extracts from Jung’s works
- Articles on marriage
- Different topics covered on anima/animus concepts
Aspects of the Feminine by C. G. Jung
Aspects of the Feminine: (From Volumes 6, 7, 9i-ii, 10, 17, Collected Works) by C. G. Jung
Aspects of the Feminine, a volume in The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, was originally published in 1967 as volume 9i in Princeton University Press’ Bollingen Series and is now available from Routledge Kegan & Paul.
It contains essays by Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), who defined analytical psychology and proposed a developmental theory of personality; an introduction to Volume 9i by editors Sir Herbert Read and Gerhard Adler; extensive notes that situate these essays within their original context; an updated bibliography of works related to Volume 9i; brief biographies of key figures named or quoted therein; and an index, glossary, and subject index to all volumes in The Collected Works series.
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