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Bachman, A. (1995). Dream Reader: Psychoanalytic Articles on Dreams. Toni M. Alston, Roy C. Calogeras and Heinrich Deserno, eds. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1993. 771 pp.. Mod. Psychoanal., 20(1):121-122.

(1995). Modern Psychoanalysis, 20(1):121-122

Dream Reader: Psychoanalytic Articles on Dreams. Toni M. Alston, Roy C. Calogeras and Heinrich Deserno, eds. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1993. 771 pp.

Review by:
Ayla Bachman

This book has a dual mission, first, to dispel the myth that, since Freud, the dream in psychoanalysis has declined in clinical importance and that the dream has no special value for psychoanalytic therapy, and second, to provide the reader, who may be any one of the following—psychiatrist, psychologist, psychoanalyst or layperson—with the best of the psychoanalytic literature written on the subject of dreams since Freud. The editors have picked fifty-one of the most creative analytic papers written since World War II, papers that broaden clinical or theoretical knowledge of dreams, arranged them in nine sections, and added introductory comments for each chapter.

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