Karl Marlantes

A graduate of Yale University, Karl Marlantes interrupted his studies as
a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford to volunteer for service in the U.S. Marines during the war in Viet Nam, earning numerous combat decorations including two Purple Hearts. He is the author of the widely acclaimed novel Matterhorn and the nonfiction What It is Like to Go to War. Mr. Marlantes was one of the founding members of Oregon Friends of C.G. Jung in 1974.