Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 3, The Student Years Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, The Student Years Summary and Analysis

In this chapter Carl Jung escapes the limitations of his childhood and makes it to university. He is both allowed to and forced to attend Basel. He acknowledges a few times within this chapter that he was acutely aware of and at times frustrated regarding how the financial situation influenced how his higher education went. This is yet another case where Jung intentionally presents himself very personally to the readers. For the naive it is edifying.

Here, Jung explains, through the eloquence of the silent translators, how much he blossomed at university. He found himself joining a fraternity through the simple activity of following in his father's footsteps rather literally. Once there, to his great joy, he discovered that for a while at least instead of feeling like "an odd duck" for reading and wishing...

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