San Francisco: C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, 1981. 102p., TLs enclosed, softbound in 9x6 inch glossy white wraps decorated with a sketched portrait of the doctor; a little edgeworn with mild general toning. A nice clean copy with, laid in, a typed letter signed (about sixty words) from Gareth Hill on Institute letterhead as a cover enclosed with this book and a request for a small money donation to deal with its cost. This particular exemplar went to Thomas Parkinson, a local celeb in his own right and one of the dozens of contributors. Wheelwright inspired great affection, not least for his ability to be blind to gender stereotypes.