Carl Gustav Jung
(July 26, 1875 – June 6, 1961)
The Red Book, also titled Liber Novus (“New Book”), is a journal in text and images of C. G. Jung’s life from approximately 1914 to 1930. “The years, of which I have spoken to you, when I pursued the inner images, were the most important time of my life,” said Jung in 1957. Kept private by his heirs, it was finally published in 2009 by W. W. Norton of New York with extensive annotations by Jung scholar Sonu Shamdasani, PhD, General Editor and Co-Founder of the Philemon Foundation.