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The Red Book (Carl Jung)

Carl Jung's heretofore hidden/secret pivotal journaling

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  • Jan 22, 2010
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Having Carl Jung's 'Red Book' in the house is like having an original Tolkien...; *phe*nom*men*al*!!!!!
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The Red Book, also known as Liber Novus (Latin for A New Book), is a 205-page manuscript written and illustrated by Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung between approximately 1914 and 1930, which was not published or shown to the public until 2009. Until 2001, his heirs denied scholars access to the book, which he began after a falling-out with Sigmund Freud in 1913. Jung originally titled the manuscript Liber Novus (literally meaning A New Book in Latin), but it was informally known and published as The Red Book. The book is written in calligraphic text and contains many illuminations.

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ISBN-10: 0393065677
ISBN-13: 978-0393065671
Author: Sonu Shamdasani, Mark Kyburz, John Peck, C. G. Jung
Genre: Health, Mind & Body
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
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