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William Schoenl

This article shows the unpublished views of J. B. Priestley and John Freeman, two significant BBC broadcasters on Jung. Priestley puzzled over individuation in Jung, but his most striking comment was that H. G. Baynes’ death in 1943 had been an enormous loss to Jungians in Britain. Freeman strikingly commented on Marie-Louise von Franz as the most important person in Jung's life after Emma Jung's death, on Jung's immediate entourage regarding him as a sort of demi-God in his last years, and on India perhaps being more than he could sustain. Freeman acted as co-ordinating editor of Jung's final book, Man and his symbols.