For Further Reading

Jung’s writings have been published in 20 volumes as The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, by Princeton University Press as part of their Bollingen series. While some of his writing can be dense, his autobiography, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, and one of his last books, Man and His Symbols, are engaging, informative and quite accessible.

Compilations of Jung’s essays such as The Portable Jung, edited by Joseph Campbell, The Basic Writings of C.G. Jung, edited by Violet de Laszlo, and Jung, edited by Anthony Storr, also serve as good entry points for Jung”s work.

C.G. Jung by Elie Humbert, Digesting Jung by Daryl Sharp, Boundaries of the Soul by June Singer and The Symbolic Quest by Christopher Whitmont all provide fine introductory overviews of Jung’s thought.