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The innocence of dreams

@inproceedings{Rycroft1979TheIO,
  title={The innocence of dreams},
  author={C. Rycroft},
  year={1979}
}
Charles Rycroft believes that dreams are no guilty fantasies, no abnormal states, but innocent flights of the imagination, released from the censorship of the waking mind. In this intelligent, searching study he clears a path through the many debates which have arisen since Freud about the nature and symbolism of dreaming, exploring different theories and discussing dreams of every kind, from nightmares and fear of flying, to problem-solving and prophecies. Consistently interesting, these… Expand
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