THE NEW MAN: An Interpretation of Some Parables and Miracles of Christ.
London: Stuart and Richards, 1950. FIRST EDITION. Very Good+ cloth volume in edge rubbed dust jacket. 153 pages. Nicoll was a prominent Jungian psychiatrist. In 1923, he spent the better part of a year with Gurdjieff at the Prieure. Returning to England, he became a close friend and pupil of Ouspensky and later was given his own group to instruct. This book, THE MARK, and, most of all, the PSYCHOLOGICAL COMMENTARIES were a result of this group work. Driscoll 674. (Item ID: 15483)