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Jung This Authoritative Biography Reveals The Untold Truth About Jung S Secret Work For The Allies During World War II, His Controversial Affair With One Of His Patients, And The Contents Of His Private Papers, As Well As Never Before Published Photos.

Deirdre Bair won the National Book Award for Samuel Beckett A Biography Her biographies of Simone de Beauvoir and Carl Jung were finalists for The Los Angeles Times Book Prize Bairs biographies of Anais Nin and Simone de Beauvoir were chosen by The New York Times as Best Books of the Year, and her biography of Jung won the Gradiva Award from the National Association for the Advancement of Psy Deirdre Bair won the National Book Award for Samuel Beckett A Biography Her biographies of Simone de Beauvoir and Carl Jung were finalists for The Los Angeles Times Book Prize Bairs biographies of Anais Nin and Simone de Beauvoir were chosen by The New York Times as Best Books of the Year, and her biography of Jung won the Gradiva Award from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis Deirdre is a literary journalist who writes frequently about travel, feminist issues, and cultural life A former professor of Comparative Literature, she writes and lectures internationally, and has returned as visiting faculty member at Bennington College for Spring 2011.Deirdre Bair is currently working on a biography of New Yorker cartoonist and artist, Saul Steinberg

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  • Paperback
  • 928 pages
  • Jung
  • Deirdre Bair
  • English
  • 08 May 2017
  • 0316159387

10 thoughts on “Jung

  1. says:

    A wonderfully thorough and balanced portrait of an immensely complex man Walt Whitman, with your contradictions and multitudes Jung is the proof of your pudding And Deirdre Bair serves that pudding up as a scrumptious and filling dish.My one major concern with the book is that it doesn t delve as deeply into Jung s psychology as I d have liked Perhaps I ve been spoiled by recently reading James Gleick s meticulous scientific treatment of Richard Feynman s life Genius The Life and Science o A wonderfully thorough and balanced portrait of an immensely complex man Walt Whitman, with your contradictions and multitudes Jung is the proof of your pudding And Deirdre Bair serves that pudding up as a scrumptious and filling dish.My one major c...

  2. says:

    BiographyWhat a big disappointment I spent lots of time researching to find the best book about Jung, by the most qualified biographer writer Despite the author s sterling credentials, and a wasted week of reading the 640 pages the rest being notes and an index , for the most part, I still don t have a clue about 1 Jung s thought processes about the collective unconscious , how he arrived at his conclusions about introvert extrovert types, what he thought about an individual s unconscious m BiographyWhat a big disappointment I spent lots of time researching to find the best book about Jung, by the most qualified biographer writer Despite the author s sterling credentials, and a wasted week of reading the 640 pages the rest being notes and an index , for the most part, I still don t have a clue about 1 Jung s thought processes about the collective unconscious , how he arrived at his conclusions about introvert extrovert types, what he thought about an individual s unconscious mind, and so muchof many tidbits I ve read about over the years attributed to Jung It was never made clear in what order Jung arrived at the above major ideas of his, and which theories led him to the next possible theory.The book made clear Jung was wildly jumbled with his ideas, notes, t...

  3. says:

    I got through it.A good biography offers insight into the times as well as the subject This account leaves the man isolated from events World War 1 passes almost without notice and World War 2 comes and goes without much disturbance beyond problems with the mail and rationing while living a life in iso...

  4. says:

    I didn t finish Bair s biography of Jung My surrender should say nothing about the quality of Bair s research it s a doozy I got as far as 300 ish pages before the breadth of names, concepts, and aside biographies context to help the reader understand Jung s environment convinced me I d have to devotetime to finish the book I m eager to move on to other texts, so Bair and I will have to part company prematurely I did get far enough in to see Jung through middle age I would have I didn t finish Bair s biography of Jung My surrender should say nothing about the quality of Bair s research it s a doozy I got as far as 300 ish pages before the breadth of names, concepts, and aside biographies context to help the reader understand Jung s environment convinced me I d have to devotetime to finish the book I m eager to move on to other texts, so Bair and I will have to part company prematurely I did get far enough in to see Jung through middle age I would have liked to have moved into his alchemical studiesmaybe some other time I tracked this award winning biography down in the hopes that it could reinforce what I read in Jung s own Dreams, Memories, Reflections and provide some measure of the man s shortcomings...

  5. says:

    A thoroughly researched and for the most part well written biography Bair did tend to go too heavily into the machination of the Psychoanalytical Clubs Her in depth delving into the politics of the writing and publications of Jung s so called autobiography did veer off into the realm of the mind nu...

  6. says:

    This is a fascinating look at a complicated man Deidre Bair has managed to show him as a flawed man whose curiosity helped him create psychology as we know it His relationships are fraught with difficulty He is inconsistent and hates criticism He is constantly searching for the connection between our interior world and the exterior world of both mythology and dreams.The description of getting Memories, Dreams, Reflections published will resonate with anyone who has worked in publishing Th This is a fascinating look at a complicated man Deidre Bair has managed to show him as a flawed man whose curiosity helped him create psychology as we know it His relationships are fraught with difficulty He is inconsistent and hates criticism He is constantly searching for the connection between our interior world and the exterior world of both mythology and dreams.The description of getting Memories, Dreams, Reflections published will resonate with anyone who has worked in p...

  7. says:

    Bair gives a great exhaustive history of Jung s life, but as a psych minded person, I wish she would have doneon going into the theories which Jung created and how his personal life lead to the development of the collective unconscious, archetypes, etc She goes intodetail on Jung s interest in alchemy but mainly as it created and destroyed some of his close relationships Learningabout Jung and all of his nuances as a very private man who couldn t help but self promote relentl Bair gives a great exhaustive history of Jung s life, but as a psych minded person, I wish she would have doneon going into the theories which Jung created and how his personal life lead to the development of the collective unconscious, archetypes, etc She goes intodetail on Jung s in...

  8. says:

    If you want to study Jung, I highly recommend this book It s written by a biographer not a Jungian so it s accessible to any reader I also found it an aid to helping me understand Jung s own writing since it contextualizes and grounds him in world history.

  9. says:

    Bair, award winning author of books on Samuel Beckett, Simone de Beauvoir, and Ana_

  10. says:

    This book is fraught with numerous errors in scholarship.Many of these error have been noted in Chapter IV of Jung Stripped Bare By His Biographers Even by Sonu Shamdasani.A few of the errors cited in Footnotes by Shamdasani are 22 Bair noted that Jung asked Cary Baynes to write his biography in the 1930s, without citing a source Bair, 2003, p 585 There is no mention in their correspondence of this.51 This copy of the protocols was donated by Helen Wolff to Princeton University Press, w This book is fraught with numerous errors in scholarship.Many of these error have been noted in Chapter IV of Jung Stripped Bare By His Biographers Even by Sonu Shamdasani.A few of the errors cited in Footnotes by Shamdasani are 22 Bair noted that Jung asked Cary Baynes to write his ...

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