All these secrets and emma knew none of them writes catrine clay an english documentarian and author in labyrinths emma jung her marriage to carl and the early years of . Emma jungs role in the growth of psychoanalysis and her scandalous life with carl is revealed in this absorbing new biography. Labyrinths catrine clay review by catherine hollis november 2016 a biography of emma jung is by necessity also a biography of her husband famed psychoanalyst carl jung by placing the focus on emma however catrine clay comes up with a fresh and compelling take on the story of jungs relationship with freud and the early days of . The strength of catrine clays book is that she explores emma and carl as individual private people as well as the main tenets of jungs theories on the interpretation of dreams the subconscious and the animus and so on all those elements which formed the bed rock of the new science of psychoanalysis. I prefer fictionalized biographies but labyrinths by catrine clay was entirely entertaining and well worth reading it is obvious the author conducted in depth research into emmas life drawing from personal letters diaries and articles of the time together she gives us an intimate glimpse into the turbulent life of this famous couple
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