Chronology of Jung's life by Aniela Jaffe.
Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961 -- Biography : 'Jung's interest in the healing of the psyche was rooted in the conflicts of his own childhood' Chapt. 4: Creative illness: Jung's relation to the unconscious; Chapt. 6: Great minds: the impact of received ideas; Chapt. 7: The urgency of spirituality: Jung's relation to the divine; Chapt. 8: Self and myth: a modern integration; Chapt. 9: Creativity: Jung's relation to his inner daimon.. Analytical Psychology--History : 'Smith shows how these experiences [childhood] shaped Jung's thoughts and writing - including his assessment of religion as inner process...his fascination with gnosticism and alchemy; the attention Jung gives to psychology as myth and the realization of selfhood'. Parent and Child : Chapt. 1: Mother no. 1 and mother no. 2; Chapt. 2: The personal and mythic father, p13-31; p32-41.. Freud, Sigmund. 1856-1939 : Chapt. 3: Jung and Freud: a daimonic tug-of-war [Freud-Jung relationship], p42-61.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961. Women -- Interpersonal Relationships : Chapt. 5: The lost feminine: Jung's relationships with women [Sabina Spielrein; Toni Wolff]; Jung and feminism, p92-96, p81-96.. Feminism : Jung and feminism, p92-96.. Wolff, Toni. 1888-1953 : see index.. Spielrein, Sabina. 1885-1941 : see index.
'Smith begins by exploring Jung's formative and transformative life experience, including his relationships with a deeply troubled mother and despairing father, with Sigmund Freud, and with the various women in his life, then shows how these experiences shaped Jung's thoughts and writing.'