The Dream in Native American and Other Primitive Cultures
Courier Corporation, 2003 M04 14 - 359 pages
This analysis opens with a historical review of dream interpretation, exploring the structure, theory, and function of dreams in primitive cultures and examining their predominant symbols, types, and forms. Focusing on Native American dreams, the study defines their significance to the individual and their relationship to the culture pattern.
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HISTORICAL REVIEW OF DREAM INTERPRETATION I
CULTURE ITEMS ORIGINATING IN DREAMS
SYMBOLS TYPES AND FORMS OF PRIMITIVE DREAMS
NUCLEAR COMPLEXES IN PRIMITIVE CULTURES
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