PRINCETON/BOLLINGEN PAPERBACK EDITIONS

FROM THE COLLECTED WORKS OF C. G.JUNG

Aion (96)

Alchemical Studies (13)

Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (9a)

The Development of Personality (17)

Mysterium Coniunctionis (14)

The Practice of Psychotherapy (16)

Psychological Types (6)

Psychology and Alchemy (12)

Spirit in Man, Art, and Literature (15)

Symbols of Transformation (5)

Two Essays on Analytical Psychology (7)


TOPICAL SELECTIONS FROM THE COLLECTED WORKS

Answer to Job

Aspects of the Feminine

Aspects of the Masculine

Dreams

Flying Saucers

Four Archetypes

On the Nature of the Psyche

Psychology and the East

Psychology and the Occult

Psychology and Western Religion

Synchronicity

The Undiscovered Self


ENCOUNTERING JUNG SERIES

Jung on Active Imagination

Jung on Alchemy

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  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Foreword to the 2010 Edition vii
  • Note of Acknowledgment xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • I - Dreams and Psychoanalysis 1
  • The Analysis of Dreams 1 3
  • On the Significance of Number Dreams1 13
  • II - Dreams and Psychic Energy 21
  • General Aspects of Dream Psychology1 23
  • On the Nature of Dreams1 67
  • III - The Practical Use of Dream-Analysis 85
  • The Practical Use of Dream-Analysis1 87
  • IV - Individual Dream Symbolism in Relation to Alchemy 111
  • I. Introduction 115
  • Bibliography 299
  • Index 313
  • Princeton/Bollingen Paperback Editions 339
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