By Frank McLynn
During this, the 1st full-length biography of the good Swiss psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung is remembered not just for his invaluable contribution to psychotherapy and to our figuring out of the internal workings of the brain, yet for the long-lasting controversies he sparked. In McLynn's able fingers, readers will come to appreciate the guy who originated what are largely held to be a few of the maximum rules of this century.
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