The Oxford Book of Dreams

The Oxford Book of DreamsDreams Have Been A Source Of Delight And Terror For As Long As People Have Kept Records Of Their Thought Whether Dreams Are The Key To The Unconscious, As Freud Proposed, Or A Way Of Wiping Clean The Mental Slate, As Dr Francis Crick S Theory Suggests, They Have Filled The Pages Of Numerous Diaries And Been An Integral Part Of Literary Masterworks Such As The Divine Comedy And Finnegan S Wake.In This Rich Anthology, Stephen Brook Has Collected Hundreds Of Dreams Recorded By Authors, Poets, Psychologists, And Everyday Dreamers Since Pre Christian Days Ranging From Artemidorus S Crude, 2nd Century Analysis To Freud And Jung S Dream Psychology, And Including Works By Coleridge, Yeats, Tolstoy, D.H Lawrence, Joseph Heller, And Many Other Authors, The Oxford Book Of Dreams Offers An Intriguing And Varied Sampling Of Humanity S Collective Unconscious It Explores The Inexhaustible Fascination Of Dreams And Their Power As A Great Source Of Literary Inspiration. Selected poetry for a rainy day Full of Keats which is lovely. Quite interesting Lots of information, excerpts from classics, too I enjoyed Bought in London, it cost only 0.99 GBP.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Oxford Book of Dreams
  • Stephen Brook
  • English
  • 18 July 2017
  • 9780192803856