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Gordon, R. (1980). JUNG, C. G. General bibliography of C. G. Jung's writings. Volume 19 of the Collected works. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul. Princeton University Press for the Bollingen Foundation, 1978. Pp. x + 263. £10.00. JUNG, C. G. General index to the Collected works. Volume 20 of the Collected works. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul. Princeton University Press for the Bollingen Foundation, 1978. Pp. vi + 735. £14.25.. J. Anal. Psychol., 25(1):107.

(1980). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 25(1):107

JUNG, C. G. General bibliography of C. G. Jung's writings. Volume 19 of the Collected works. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul. Princeton University Press for the Bollingen Foundation, 1978. Pp. x + 263. £10.00. JUNG, C. G. General index to the Collected works. Volume 20 of the Collected works. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul. Princeton University Press for the Bollingen Foundation, 1978. Pp. vi + 735. £14.25.

Review by:
Rosemary Gordon

Edited by:
Kenneth Lambert

The last two volumes of Jung's Collected works have now been published. They ought to provoke a spate of research.

The General bibliography records the initial publication of each original work by Jung, each translation and significant revisions and expansions. It is quite awe-inspiring to think that Jung's works exist not only in German, English, French and Italian, but in a host of other languages, some as unusual and limited in terms of the people who speak it, as Serbo-Croatian, Slovene, Turkish, Hungarian or Hebrew. All are listed here, and all the translations are related by cross-references to the work from which the translation was made.

The Bibliography also records all Jung's forewords, letters, book reviews, newspaper articles, published texts of lectures and volumes of seminar notes, all organised chronologically.

The editors have sought to provide not only as nearly complete a record as possible of Jung's publications, but they also hoped to help throw light on the sequence of development of his ideas. This volume should, therefore, prove particularly useful to all those concerned to study the history of Jung and the history of his researches, thoughts, interests, preoccupations and theories.

The General index to the Collected works is absolutely invaluable for those who want to explore in depth Jung's concepts, the use he made of them, the way they changed, developed, became modified and interrelated, and the exact meaning or meanings and attributes he ascribed to them.

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