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. Clay creates a wonderful atmosphere in her writing and negotiates the labyrinth with aplomb the times london catrine clays absorbing new biography charts the twists and turns in some of the key lives involved in that historical moment in particular those of emma jung and her more famous husband carl. 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. Most important clay reveals how carl jung could never have achieved what he did without emma supporting him through his private torments the emma that emerges in the pages of labyrinths is a strong brilliant woman who with her husbands encouragement becomes a successful analyst in her own right
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