The Dream Dictionary
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'In the first popular language dream dictionary, the authors establish and define a symbol system for understanding dreams, offer instruction in dream recall, recording, and interpretation, and provide an alphabetical dictionary of a thousand dream words. Based on extensive research and comprehensive reading, The Dream Dictionary provides an exciting key to the unconscious.'
Released to ukbrat in Canada
On the TBR pile. Looks like an interesting read.
I personally don't think there are concrete symbolic meanings to dreams and items found in dreams. I tend to agree more with Freud that items mean different things to different people at different times. While I do believe that there archetypal dreams, the symbology is reserved to a select few archetypes not all items that people come in contact with.
For anyone interested in dream interpretation.