10,000 Dreams Interpreted: A Dictionary of Dreams from "Abandon" to "Zodiac" By Gustavus Hindman Miller

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This listing is for a 635 page hard cover book with sleeve named, "10,000 Dreams Interpreted: A Dictionary of Dreams from "Abandon" to "Zodiac". Written by Gustavus Hindman Miller and published in 1988. Examines the symbolism of 10,000 different dreams, alphabetically arranged. ISBN 10: 0517658348 ISBN 13: 9780517658345
From the Back Cover:
Dreaming is universal; throughout history we have tried to gain knowledge and understanding through the interpretation of our dreams. According to Gustavus Hindman Miller, every symbol that appears in a dream has its own unique meaning. When we come to understand those meanings we can use them to unravel the mysteries of our unconscious selves.
First published at the start of the 20th century, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted is an exceptional handbook to dream interpretation. This richly illustrated edition has been expanded and revised and remains a compelling and exhaustive compendium of the symbols that crop up in our dreamscape. Its easy-to-follow definitions provide a rich source of information to aid the dreamer in his or her understanding of the unconscious.
About the Author:
Gustavus Hindman Miller’s other books include Lucy Dalton, 1883; Is Marriage a Failure, 1895; What's in a Dream?, 1901; Thysparia the Mysterious, 1909; Tribute to His Brother, 1921; The Jew, 1921; and The Millers of Millersburg, in collaboration with John Bailey Nicklin, Jr., 1923.
"Freud would roll over on his couch if he had what we have: a reprint of 10,000 Dreams Interpreted. It's simple. All you do is look up what you dreamed about last night, and Miller has the answer."--New York Magazine