JUNG, C. G
Princeton University Press, Princeton: 1971. Softcover. Good condition. Essays on Paracelsus, Sigmund Freud, Richard Wilhelm (translator of the I Ching), Pablo Picasso, and James Joyce's Ulysses, and two others that consider artistic creativity generally and explore its source in archetypal structures. In the nine essays that comprise this volume, written between 1922 and 1941, Jung's attention was directed mainly to the qualities of personality that enable the creativ spirit to introduce radical innovations into realms a diverse as medicine, Oriental studies, the visual arts, and litrature. Includes an Index. Translated into English from the German by R. F. C. Hull. ". . . a most challnging book full of insight and inspiration." - MD of Canada ISBN: 0691017751.