August by Judith Rossner

By Judith Rossner

Initially released in paper shape, via Houghton Mifflin, 1983 (ISBN: 03953397)

From the New York Times bestselling writer of Looking for Mr. Goodbar— the tale of 2 ladies, a psychoanalyst and her sufferer who support one another via very various sessions of their lives.

When sunrise Henley, the gorgeous, proficient Barnard collage freshman steps into psychoanalyst Dr. Lulu Shinefeld’s place of work, she’s instantly intrigued. What may have pushed this lady to such severe degrees of melancholy? Over the process 5 years, Dawn’s strange and tortured youth is drawn out, and either ladies are unavoidably replaced.

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R. 19 He was still in Cambridge five years later when Jung, perhaps stimulated by his recent experiences with Jaime de Angulo and Mountain Lake at the Taos Pueblo, invited Radin to come to Zurich and talk to him and his pupils about the religion of American Indians. ) Radin talked informally to the members of the Psychological Club, participated in the seminar, and formed a lifetime friendship with Jung. A fellow anthropologist wrote that “in these years, aside from Rivers, it was C. G. Jung in Zurich who provided intellectual grist to a man who was already much interested in comparative religion and literature.

Cary and her older sister, Henri, grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, their mother’s home town. , 1906), Cary excelled in a course in argumentation taught by a professor of English, Kristine Mann. D. degree at the Johns Hopkins University. , Jaime de Angulo, of Spanish origin, transplanted to the Big Sur coast of California. S. Army, and instead made a career as an anthropologist. He was a gifted student of American Indian languages. In 1921, Cary left de Angulo. She and her three-­year-­old daughter Ximena went to Europe with her college teacher Kristine Mann, by then a physician and an adherent of Jung’s psychology.

1978). 30 Acknowledgments I am grateful to the following persons who replied to my questions arising from the text of the seminar, or regarding the members, or who were helpful in other ways: Doris Albrecht and Peggy Brooks, of the Kristine Mann Library; Joan Alpert, of the Virginia Allen Detloff Library; Gerhard Adler, Helen H. Bacon, Paula D. Black, G. W. Bowersock, Clarence F. Brown, Mark R. Cohen, Sidney Cowell, Gordon A. Craig, Dorothy Salisbury Davis, Gui de Angulo, Violet de Laszlo, Edward F.

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