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(2005). Bair, Deirdre. Jung. A Biography. Boston, New York & London: Little, Brown, 2004. Pp. 640. Hbk. £25.00.. J. Anal. Psychol., 50(2):257-258.

(2005). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 50(2):257-258

Bair, Deirdre. Jung. A Biography. Boston, New York & London: Little, Brown, 2004. Pp. 640. Hbk. £25.00.

[The following replaces the draft version of this correspondence which was inadvertently published in Volume 49, 5 (November 2004) Eds.]

‘Correctio fatuorum’. Re the Jung-White letters - Correspondence from Ann Lammers PhD, North California.

Bair is strangely confused about the sequence of events in the Jung-White story, and therefore mistaken, at times, when she speculates about their motives. She says that White's 1949 review of Jung's lecture ‘On the Self’ was ‘a last warning salvo’ to Jung not to publish Answer to Job. This cannot be right as White's review of ‘On the Self’ was published well before Answer to Job was even started. In his letters, as it happens, White never warned Jung against publishing Job. On the contrary, prior to 1954 he expressed only eagerness to see it once it was published.

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