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Hesse Page Journal - 1999 - 2000, Vol. II,  Ns. 1-3

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Reinhard Munzert


"Der Steppenwolf und die moderne Psychologie"
Vol II,Nr.3
Emanuel Maier


The Psychology of C.G. Jung in the Works of Hermann Hesse Abridgment of Mr. Maier's dissertation of 1953, New York University, New York City
Vol.II, Nr.2
Günter Baumann


."Es geht bis aufs Blut.  Aber es fördert ..."

Hermann Hesse und die Psychologie C.G. Jungs

Vortrag beim 9. International Hesse Kolloquium in Calw, 1997
Vol.II, Nr.1
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