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by Sara Flanders

Author: Sara Flanders
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (July 16, 1993)
Pages: 248 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1
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The Dream Discourse Today offers an unrivalled synoptic view of key American, British and French papers on dream analysis in. .

The Dream Discourse Today offers an unrivalled synoptic view of key American, British and French papers on dream analysis in clinical practice. The purpose of the book is to show the reader different, well articulated perspectives, place them in historical context, and invite comparative reading.

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The Dream Discourse Today book. The cumulative effect of both papers and introductions is to leave the reader The Dream Discourse Today offers an unrivalled synoptic view of key American, British and French papers on dream analysis in clinical practice.

The Dream Discourse Today offers an unrivalled synoptic view of key American, British and French . The New Library of Psychoanalysis has also translated and published several books by Continental psychoanalysts, and it plans in the future to continue the policy of publishing books that express as clearly as possible a variety of psychoanalytic points of view. Learn mor. ubject Categories.

The Dream Discourse Today offers an unrivalled synoptic view of key American, British and French papers on.

The Dream Discourse Today offers an unrivalled synoptic view of key American, British and French papers on dream analysis in clinical practice. The purpose of the book is to show the reader different, well articulated perspectives, place them in historical context, and invite comparative reading. The cumulative effect of both papers and introductions is to leave the reader with an informed sense of the range of perspectives and a confidence in the continued relevance of dream analysis to practice, as some striking convergences in the implications of thinking drawn from very different approaches becomes clear.

The Dream Discourse Today is the first historical and theoretical survey of its subject and the classic nature of the papers it includes will make it a first-class work of reference for psychoanalysts and psychotherapists of all schools, whether in practice or still training. It should be of especial interest to those who teach courses on the theory of technique, since the place of dream analysis is almost certain to be one of the central topics in such courses.