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Dream Singers: The African American Way with Dreams

Human Science


by
Anthony Shafton

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 320 pages

File size: 881 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Advance Praise for Dream-Singers

“You will find a great storehouse of folk and literary treasures in this ambitious book that speaks to anyone who has ever thought about his or her dreams. It’s a wonderful adventure and I highly recommend it.”-Clarence Major, author of Configurations and Juba to Jive

Acclaim for Dream Reader

also by Anthony Shafton

“A book so unique in its combination of scholarship, clarity, and down-to-earth feeling about dreams that I find it hard to fully express the excitement and satisfaction I felt on reading it.”-Montague Ullman, M.D., Clinical Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Author of Working with Dreams and Dream Telepathy

“Breathtaking . . . the single most complete and thorough analysis of contemporary dream theories yet written . . . Shafton has a keen sense for what people most want to know about dreams, and an admirable ability to explain difficult concepts without oversimplifying them.”-Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D., Past President, The Association for the Study of Dreams, Author of The Wilderness of Dreams

Advance Praise for Dream-Singers

“You will find a great storehouse of folk and literary treasures in this ambitious book that speaks to anyone who has ever thought about his or her dreams. It’s a wonderful adventure and I highly recommend it.”-Clarence Major, author of Configurations and Juba to Jive

Acclaim for Dream Reader

also by Anthony Shafton

“A book so unique in its combination of scholarship, clarity, and down-to-earth feeling about dreams that I find it hard… (more)

Advance Praise for Dream-Singers

“You will find a great storehouse of folk and literary treasures in this ambitious book that speaks to anyone who has ever thought about his or her dreams. It’s a wonderful adventure and I highly recommend it.”-Clarence Major, author of Configurations and Juba to Jive

Acclaim for Dream Reader

also by Anthony Shafton

“A book so unique in its combination of scholarship, clarity, and down-to-earth feeling about dreams that I find it hard to fully express the excitement and satisfaction I felt on reading it.”-Montague Ullman, M.D., Clinical Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Author of Working with Dreams and Dream Telepathy

“Breathtaking . . . the single most complete and thorough analysis of contemporary dream theories yet written . . . Shafton has a keen sense for what people most want to know about dreams, and an admirable ability to explain difficult concepts without oversimplifying them.”-Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D., Past President, The Association for the Study of Dreams, Author of The Wilderness of Dreams

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