(Princeton, 1978): Princeton University Press. Octavo. Item #022941
4th printing. 160 pages, index. These essays cover Jung's work between 1922 and 1941 as he considered the qualities of personality that enabled the creative spirit to introduce radical innovations into realms so diverse as medicine, psychoanalysis, oriental studies, the visual arts and literature. Bound in black cloth decorated with copper rules and silver J, spine lettering silver, previous owner's gold embossed stamp, a very nice copy in unclipped black dust jacket lettered in white and light blue, light wear to spine ends, a couple of white spots along upper edge of jacket.