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Fr. Victor White, O.P.

The Story of Jung’s "White Raven"

Carl Jung praised Fr. Victor White, the only theologian to truly understand his work, and even considered him his only worthy successor. Clodagh Weldon’s new biography explores the life and theology of this Dominican priest, focusing particularly on the influence of Jung’s work on White’s own religious writings.

Grounded in extensive research of primary and, until now, unseen documents, including letters, diaries, and even White’s descriptions of his dreams, this book will be valuable reading for theologians, psychologists, and anyone interested in Carl Jung and the relationship between psychology and religion.

340 pages | 15 halftones | 6 x 9 | © 2007

Religion: Christianity

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Table of Contents

Chapter One: 1902-1940
Chapter Two: 1940-1945
Chapter Three: 1945-1948
Chapter Four: 1948-1952
Chapter Five: 1952-1955
Chapter Six: 1955-1960
Chapter Seven: Conclusion

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