The last several decades have witnessed a remarkable explosion of interest in the work of C. G. Jung. Nearly eight hundred books on Jungian subjects—ranging from ancient myths and symbols to the latest thinking on feminine and masculine psychology—have been issued to date—many of them in several editions. This comprehensive bibliography provides complete facts of publication and annotations for these English-language titles, including Jung's own writings, books about his life and work, and works by Jungian analysts and other Jungian-oriented writers, published up to 1990. The annotated listings—arranged chronologically to give an evolutionary view—provide an introduction to Jungian psychology by means of a twelve-fold classification of subjects. Further listings arranged by author and title make the book a complete reference tool. In addition, information on publishers of Jungian-oriented books and Jungian organizations is included in the appendixes.
Cross-Currents of Jungian Thought by Donald R. Dyer