First Published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Personal Background; Chapter 2 Jung's Early Work; Chapter 3 Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious; Chapter 4 Psychological Types, and the Self-Regulating Psyche; Chapter 5 The Process of Individuation; Chapter 6 The Concept of the Self; Chapter 7 Jung's Contribution to Psychotherapy;
Anthony Storr is a distinguished British psychiatrist who has published on a wide range of topics in psychology and psychotherapy. His previous books include Solitude: A Return to the Self, and The Art of Psychotherapy.
"An excellent introduction for students and a piece of scrupulous elucidation for those who are acquainted with Jung's work but find themselves, at times, overpowered by his excesses. Dr. Storr is coolly unpartisan and informative." -- Sunday Times
"Every page is clear and interesting, taking one closer to understanding why Jung's thought was so profound. Examples, models and case histories are provided." -- Economist
"Any collection needing an introduction to Jung . . . should consider." -- Library Journal