JUNG, Carl Gustav. Modern Man in Search of a Soul.
London, Kegan Paul, 1936.
8vo, fifth impression (1st Ed. September 1933), pp. 282, AUTHOR’S PRESENTATION COPY inscribed to his secretary: “To Miss Robinson/ A Sign of Gratitude/ from the Author/ C.G. Jung/ Oct. 1936”, and with an autograph note inserted: “Miss Robinson/ Please ring up E.P. Goldschmidt and Co Ltd, 45 Old Bond Street/ tell them you are my secretary, they should send book of Nicolas Flamel to this place. I want it”*, publisher’s cloth, dust-jacket slightly marked and creased.
*JUNG ORDERS AN ALCHEMICAL TRACT FROM E.P. GOLDSCHMIDT: Flamel, the French mediaeval alchemist, was author principally of ‘Le Livre des figures hiéroglyphiques’, as well as ‘Le sommaire philosophique’, ‘Le Livre des laveures’, and ‘Le Bréviaire de Flamel’, his works being first published in the seventeenth century. Jung’s alchemical library is currently in the process of being digitised by the Jung Foundation in collaboration with ETH Zurich.