Abduction, not kidnapping but guessing

Bryon McLaughlin BMclaughlin at nazarene.org
Wed Oct 9 15:31:40 EDT 2002

Without giving away the book, which I am very interested in and would like to purchase, how extensive and keen was Percy's interest in Jung?
Bryon McLaughlin

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From: Allen Pridgen [mailto:apridgen at pinehurst.net]
Sent: Wednesday, October 09, 2002 2:27 PM
To: Percy-L: Literary and Philosophical Discussion
Subject: [percy-l] Re: Abduction, not kidnapping but guessing

You can find in my book, Walker Percy's Sacramental Landscapes: The Search in the Desert, information about Percy's knowledge of Jung and what some of the critics have said about the Jungian elements in Percy's work. Of course, see my index and notes. 

Allen Pridgen 

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