Spring 1960, A Magazine of Jungian Thought (Signed copy)
Signed by Irene Claremont de Castillejo
First edition. Card covers. 23 × 15cm, 154pp.
This copy belonged to Irene de Castillejo and has been signed by her to the ffep. Castillejo (1885–1967) was a writer and Jungian analyst. She fled Spain for Switzerland after the Civil War started and spent the war years in London. Returning to Switzerland, she began her studies in Jungian psychology in Zurich working with C G Jung, Emma Jung and Toni Wolff. On her return to London, she established a psychotherapy practice specialising in the role of women in the world of today.
A magazine of Jungian thought, containing the following articles: 1. On the Frontiers of Knowledge: An Interview with C G Jung, 1959, Lausanne by Georges Duplain, 2. The Perennial Problem of Good and Evil by Eleanor Bertine, 3. Dream-Books by Jolande Jacobi, 4. The Indian World Mother by Heinrich Zimmer, 5. Ideologies and Ideals by Eugen Böhler, 6. The Interpretation of Visions (Excerpts from the Notes of Mary Foote) by C G Jung, and 7. Book Notes 1959 by Jessie E Fraser.
Good condition but with a crease to the front cover.