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Florida Scott-Maxwell (1883-1979) was a writer, playwright, and suffragist who took up a career in analytical psychology in 1933, studying under Carl Jung in both Scotland and England. Mrs. Scott-Maxwell was 82 when she wrote the remarkable memoir, Measure of My Days, about the challenges of old age. Her other non-fiction books include Women and Sometimes Men and Towards Relationship.
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