The Making of The Red Book

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Carl Jung's The Red Book is considered to be the most influential unpublished work in the history of psychology. When Carl Jung embarked on an extended sel...

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  • What an interesting observation. My copy, too, is still sitting there waiting to be discovered as if it were a treasure long buried that I'm not quite ready to open after all this time, perhaps both fearing the discovery and anticipating it at the same time. I look forward to the moment I can no longer resist....
  • When I first received my copy of the Red Book (it's huge!), I let it sit for a month or two before I began to study it. I learned later that many other people did or were doing likewise. That now makes sense to me: there's something about the long publication delay that still clings to the book itself, as though it keeps a schedule all its own. (see http://www.chalquist.com/redbook.html for an essay)
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