History of Dreams, Visions, Apparitions, Ecstasy, Magnetism and Somnambulism 1855
1855. The highly interesting subjects discussed in this volume, written by a very distinguished French physician, have seemed to demand a careful translation, in order that its usefulness may be more generally diffused. One of the principal propositions which the talented author has undertaken to prove is, that hallucination is not a necessary accompaniment or symptom of insanity, but that in certain cases it may be considered as a purely physiological phenomenon. This book will offer attractions to many classes of readers.
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