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Maine Jung Center
Jungian Library & Reading Room

The Jung Center Library is open for Office Hours from 12 - 6 PM on Fridays. The Center is closed to the public Monday - Thursdays, and open on the weekend Friday - Sunday. Full weekend access is granted to Members, who are able to use the Reading Room and borrow materials from the Jungian Library. Please reach out to Tom using the form at the bottom of the page if you would like to visit outside of Office Hours.

The Center's Jungian Library houses a large and eclectic collection of books, periodicals, and audio-visual media related to the field of analytical psychology, philosophy, and religion. The collection includes all of C. G. Jung’s Collected Works, the work of Marie-Louise Von Franz, James Hillman, Joseph Campbell and hundreds of other authors who have made a contribution to the field. Members may borrow materials for up to one month with the exception of rare or archival materials, which must remain on site. 

The  Jungian Library acquires books mainly through donations and from proceeds from book sales. If you are interested in making a donation, please contact the Center office by email or phone to make arrangements.


Complete Works of C.G. Jung

The Collected Works of C. G. Jung  is a book series containing the first collected edition, in English translation, of the major writings of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung.

The twenty volumes, including a Bibliography and a General Index, were translated from the original German by R.F.C. Hull, under the editorship of Sir Herbert ReadMichael Fordham and Gerhard Adler. The works consist of published volumes, essays, lectures, letters, and a dissertation written by Jung from 1902 until his death in 1961.


Works of Marie-Louise von Franz

Von Franz, one of the most renowned authorities on fairytales, presents a systematic and wide-ranging approach. She amplifies a variety of fairytale motifs to show that the magical realm is alien to the profane and mundane realm of ordinary daily life. She was one of Analytical Psychology’s most original thinkers and here she presents a lucid, concise exploration of the archetypal symbols found in fairytales. 


Works of Joseph Campbell

At his death in 1987, Joseph Campbell left a significant body of published work that explored his lifelong passion, the complex of universal myths and symbols that he called “Mankind’s one great story.” He also left, however, a large volume of unreleased work: uncollected articles, notes, letters, and diaries, as well as audio- and videotape-recorded lectures.

At times I feel as if I am spread out over the landscape and inside things, and am myself living in every tree, in the splashing of the waves, in the clouds and the animals that come and go, in the procession of the seasons.

C.G. Jung

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