A study of the primitive and unconscious aspects of man's nature and the processes by which their energies may contribute to the integration of personality. New edition, comprehensively revised and enlarged, with many new illustrations.
"Dr. Harding's book is one of the best expositions of Jung's psychology. She has succeeded well in making Jung less baffling and in destroying the frequently heard claim that he is inscrutable. The book is carefully and beautifully edited, as are all publications of the Bollingen Foundation."--Psychiatric Quarterly
"[This is] a sweeping psychological study, based on Jung, and a fascinating presentation that runs through mythologies, Yoga, alchemy and on down to modern religious practice."--The Boston Sunday Globe
Another Princeton book authored or coauthored by Mary Esther Harding:
Other Princeton books by C.G. Jung, Gerhard Adler, and/or R.F.C. Hull: