Book Reviews

Annie Rogers: Alphabets of the Night

Trauma is a letter written in vanishing ink on the body, a character of the alphabet that seems to stand alone as it emerges into view.

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Paradigm Lost

Arthur Colman, in this small but important volume (128 pages), has addressed the entire Jungian community with a problem inherent in one of Jung's most fundamental concepts, the implied primacy of the individuating self over the collective.

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The Jewel in the Wound

The Jewel in the Wound gives an account of how its author, Rose-Emily Rothenberg, came to find transformative meaning through the suffering caused by the early loss of her mother, the spontaneous appearance of keloids or scar tissue, physical illness, and relationship stress as an adult.

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The Satanic Verses

Salman Rushdie begins his novel with the sentence "To be born again, first you must die." No other sentence epitomizes The Satanic Verses as the above.

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Paul Bishop. Jung's Answer to Job: A Commentary

One of the achievements of this remarkable and scholarly book is to illuminate Jung's entire opus though its comprehensive attention to one of the most striking and distinctive of the Collected Works.

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