The Oxford book of dreams

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Stephen Brook
Oxford University Press, 1983 - Literary Collections - 268 pages
An anthology exploring the dream experience in literature, from pre-Christian antiquity to the present, includes a host of dream descriptions by Ruskin, Kafka, Coleridge, Tolstoy, Freud, Jung, Proust, and others

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The dream is a strange thing, the place where consciousness and unconsciousness meet. English writer Stephen Brook extracts excerpts from poetry, novels, short stories, and essays from the depth and ... Read full review

Contents

Children and Parents
7
Love and Sex
35
Old Age and Illness
48
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