Scholar Mathew Spano explores the tension between Jung's own desire that The Red Book not be viewed as art and the ways in which it reflects deep structural and stylistic similarities with such great modernist works as Ulysses and Steppenwolf.
To mark the publishing of The Jung-White Letters, Richard Capobianco offers this essay (originally published in the journal Philosophy and Theology), which examines an issue central to understanding the correspondence between Jung and Fr. Victor White - the problem of evil.
In his doctoral dissertation for the University of Peshwar, Pakistan, Ismail Wali enriches our understanding of Shakespeare's great work by mining the rich symbolic terrain of the syzygies, or complementary opposites, woven throughout the text. Further chapters will appear here in the coming months.