From Library Journal
Dreams evoke strong psychological and spiritual feelings, from fear to curiosity to wonder. Covering the range of emotions, this collection of essays surveys existential approaches to dreamwork, Jungian perspectives, the use of dreamwork for problem-solving, erotic dreaming, dreaming and shamanism, and gender-based differences in dreaming. One chapter offers guidelines for evaluating books on dreamwork. Written in a readable style by such scholars and practitioners as June Singer, Montague Ullman, and David Feinstein, this is recommended for college libraries and/or large psychology collections.- Gail Wood, Montgomery Coll. Lib., Germantown, Md.
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