Hull, R. F. C.
|Birthname||Richard Francis Carrington Hull|
|born on||5 March 1913|
|Place||Eastbourne, England, 50n46, 0e17|
|Timezone||GMT h0e (is standard time)|
British translator, best known for translating The Collected Works of Jung. He also translated many other scholarly works.
In December of 1947 when Hull was to begin translating Jung, he was stricken with polio and spent 10 months in hospital. He recovered to the point where he could set to work on translating.
To be closer to Zürich and Jung, Hull relocated to Switzerland, first to Feldbach (1951) and then to Ascona (1952). In 1961 Hull moved to Majorca, also because the weather was better for his health. His last meeting with Jung was on 5 March 1961.
In 1933 his first son, Tristram, was born. Hull married Joan Bowley in 1941. They had tree sons, Jeremy, and Mark and Nicholas (twins). Hull got married again, to Birthe-Lena Honum. They had two children, Ruth, and Dominic.
Hull died on 16 December 1974 in Ascot from coronary thrombosis, aged 61.
- associate relationship with Jung, Carl (born 26 July 1875). Notes: Translator
- associate relationship with Rilke, Rainer Maria (born 3 December 1875). Notes: Translator
- Family : Change in family responsibilities 1933 (Birth of son Tristram)
- Relationship : Marriage 1941 (Joan Bowley)
- Health : Medical diagnosis December 1947 (Polio; spent 10 months in hospital)
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- Death of Father 1953
Viktor E. quotes date and place of birth and death from obituary notice in Journal of Analytical Psychology, Volume 21, Issue 1, pp. 78-79 (January 1976). No birth time given.
- Traits : Body : Voice/Speech (Stammerer)
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Polio (Age 34)
- Vocation : Writers : Translator