C G Jung Analytical Psychology Club London
IAJS International Association for Jungian Studies

Harvest International Journal for Jungian Studies was

founded in 1954 and it is the oldest Jungian journal

in the UK. It is a peer-reviewed journal that is

published and distributed by Karnac Books on behalf

C.G. Jung Analytical Psychology Club London

and is the official journal of the Club and of the

International Association for Jungian Studies

Harvest is a unique journal and essential reading for

those wishing to keep abreast of cutting-edge

developments in all schools of analytical psychology,

from symbolic, clinical, theoretical, cultural and

academic perspectives. Harvest endeavours to gather

the best Jungian writing from around the world, each

issue containing challenging, inspiring and scholarly

articles, book reviews and an historical section.

Psychology of the Breakup

Psychology of Men

International Journal for Jungian Studies

2006 Volume 52 Number 2 CONTENTS

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Editorial

Guest Editorial

Erich Neumann, Theorist and Analyst: A Brief Introduction

by Henry Abramovitch

Neumann's Concept of the Primary Relationship in the

Light of Contemporary Infant Research by Mario Jacoby

The Relationship Between C. G. Jung and Erich

Neumann by Micha Neumann

Erich Neumann on Freud, Earth, Mysticism, and Peace

by Avi Baumann

The Paintings of Gustav Klimt by Ruth Netzer

'They Must Have Read Neumann's Books.' by Rina Porat

Erich Neumann and the Search for a New Ethic

by Henry Abramovitch

.

Historical Section (Edited by Roderick Main)

My Father,  Dr Erich Neumann by Rali Neumann-

Loewenthal

In Remembrance of Erich Neumann by Geula Goth

Neumann as My Supervisor: An Interview with Dvora

Kutzinski by Henry Abramovitch

Neve Ze'elim Children's Home by Henry Abramovitch

and Marion Badrian

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Book Reviews (Edited by Craig Stephenson)

Jung as a Writer by Susan Rowland (Murray Stein)

Northern Gnosis. Thor, Baldr and the Volsungs in the

Thought of Freud and Jung by Greg Mogenson

(Siri Ness)

Introduction to Social Dreaming: Transforming Thinking

by W. Gordon Lawrence (Amelie Noack)

Sanity, Madness, Transformation: The Psyche in

Romanticism

by Ross Woodman (Craig Stephenson)

The Secret Garden: Temenos for Individuation. A

Jungian Appreciation of Themes in the Novel by

Frances Hodgson Burnett by Margaret Eileen Meredith

(Ann Colcord)

Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of

Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma

by Jerome S. Bernstein (Anthony Stevens)

Cover image

'Joseph's Dream', a watercolour by Erich Neumann.