Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 8, The Tower Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, The Tower Summary and Analysis

This chapter has the same name as a notorious location in London, and an intimidating tarot card. Despite it's ill repute, Jung's tower was part of the first home he lived in that was of his own design. What is most amusing about this was that he fashioned a house that included a sense of the archaic. The construction began during the 1920s.

He intentionally shaped the house in the manner of the round huts found in people of minimal technology throughout the world and that was found amid people he calls "primitives". He made some adjustments to it to accommodate his family, although his offspring were entering into adulthood.

Later on, he added to the design of the place. He made three additions to the house, and writes of there being four year durations between one...

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