The Wordsworth Dictionary of Dreams

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Wordsworth Editions, 1995 - Psychology - 617 pages
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Dreams have variously inspired and haunted kings, poets, inventors, artists, musicians, statesmen and others since the dawn of recorded experience. Gustavus Hindman Miller's Dictionary of Dreams first appeared in 1909, ten years after Sigmund Freud's pioneering work The Interpretation of Dreams, and is therefore an historical work on dream analysis first published at the time of a quantum leap in human consciousness.10,000 entries cover Bananas to Cauliflowers, Measles to Mustard and Virgins to Zebras.
 

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Review: 10,000 Dreams Interpreted: A Dictionary of Dreams

User Review  - Ashley - Goodreads

# NC Own in paperback. FS: "The Bible, as well as other great books of historical and revealed religion, shows traces of a general and substantial belief in dreams." LS: "You will also gain knowledge by travel and sojourn in foreign countries." Read full review

Review: 10,000 Dreams Interpreted: A Dictionary of Dreams

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It's good for quick reference if meanings are fuzzy. Was better when I was a teenager & struggled working out my own brain. Not so useful now I'm all grown & have my own family & new worries. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
37
Section 3
41
Section 4
77
Section 5
87
Section 6
115
Section 7
182
Section 8
11
Section 18
331
Section 19
362
Section 20
366
Section 21
416
Section 22
419
Section 23
432
Section 24
463
Section 25
467

Section 9
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Section 10
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Section 11
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Section 12
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Section 13
301
Section 14
308
Section 15
315
Section 16
319
Section 17
324
Section 26
529
Section 27
532
Section 28
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Section 29
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Section 30
602
Section 31
613
Section 32
616
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