- Examines the understudied influence of Carl Jung on modernist art and culture
- Surveys early twentieth-century modernism, covering a wide range of figures such as Beatrice Hinkle, Eugene O’Neill, Martha Graham, and Jackson Pollack
- Appeals to scholars of twentieth-century cultural history, feminist history, and Jungian thought
Another Jungian book. Well, this one costs 80 to 100 bucks so it must be good, right? Seriously, I can’t believe how expensive scholarly books are.
I did my doctorate on Jung’s concept of synchronicity, so like to keep up on what’s being said. But 80 dollars for an e-book? I think I’ll head to the library and see if they get it…