The Forgotten Language: An Introduction to the Understanding of Dreams, Fairy Tales, and Myths
In this book, the author presents a challenging discussion of the nature of the dream experience. Dr. Fromm offers his own concepts in dream interpretation, supported by numerous case histories. He presents a comprehensive study of the Oedipus myth, among other myths and fairy tales; outlines the differing approaches of Freud and Jung in relation to his own; and relates his perspectives on modern life in a manner that is both compelling and useful to specialist and novice alike.
THE NATURE OF SYMBOLIC
THE NATURE OF DREAMS
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