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Jung, Carl 
A GROUP OF LETTERS, FIVE TYPED AND ONE MANUSCRIPT, SIGNED, TO VARIOUS RECIPIENTS, INCLUDING ANIELA JAFFÉ, ABOUT MARTIN BUBER
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Jung, Carl 
A GROUP OF LETTERS, FIVE TYPED AND ONE MANUSCRIPT, SIGNED, TO VARIOUS RECIPIENTS, INCLUDING ANIELA JAFFÉ, ABOUT MARTIN BUBER
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 5,250 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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Jung, Carl 
A GROUP OF LETTERS, FIVE TYPED AND ONE MANUSCRIPT, SIGNED, TO VARIOUS RECIPIENTS, INCLUDING ANIELA JAFFÉ, ABOUT MARTIN BUBER
5 typed letters, in English and German, signed ("C.G. Jung"), 5 pp. (from 8 1/8 x 5 7/8 in.; 206 x 149 mm, to 8 1/4 x 11 in.; 210 x 280 mm) on Jung's letterhead with Küsnacht-Zürich Seestrasse 228 address, dated between 1935 and 1950; minor toning, old folds. [With]: Autograph letter signed ("C.J."), 1 p. (8 1/8 x 11 1/2 in.; 206 x 292 mm), dated 20 September 1952, from Park Hotel, Locarno, to Aniela Jaffé, with envelope with manuscript address; old folds. 

 


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Catalogue Note

A collection of letters from the founder of analytical psychology

The group of typed letters are formal references, with Jung offering formal opinions and evaluations of his various students. 

The autograph letter is to Aniela Jaffé, a colleague of Jung's, and editor of his Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1962). Jung sets a far more intimate tone, writing: "[Martin] Buber responded again," Jung writes to Jaffé, "claiming that I deny the existence of God. It would be difficult for him to prove that. But I do not answer anymore. You should not waste time with stupidity."

Fine Autograph Letters and Manuscripts from a Distinguished Private Collection: Part II | Music, Americana, English and Continental Literature

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