Poetry Books by Havelock Ellis

Havelock Ellis Books, Havelock Ellis poetry book Affirmations Authors: Havelock Ellis
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
Published Date: 2008-08
Categories: History
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Havelock Ellis Books, Havelock Ellis poetry book Dreams and Their Symbolism Authors: Henry Havelock Ellis
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Published Date: 2019-08-28
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This book deals with the stuff that dreams are made of and the symbolism of dreams."Our dreams begin to seem to us an allied subject of study, inasmuch as they reveal within ourselves a means of entering sympathetically into ideas and emotional attitudes belonging to narrow or ill-adjusted states of consciousness which otherwise we are now unable to experience. And they have this further value, that they show us how many abnormal phenomena-possession, double consciousness, unconscious memory, and so forth-which have often led the ignorant and unwary to many strange conclusions, really have a simple explanation in the healthy normal experience of all of us during sleep. Here, also, it is true that we ourselves and our beliefs are to some extent "such stuff as dreams are made of."

Havelock Ellis Books, Havelock Ellis poetry book My Life Authors: Ellis Havelock
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Published Date: 2008-06
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Havelock Ellis Books, Havelock Ellis poetry book Impressions and Comments Authors: Havelock Ellis
Publisher: Tredition Classics
Published Date: 2011-11
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Havelock Ellis Books, Havelock Ellis poetry book The Dance of Life Authors: Havelock Ellis
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Published Date: 2012-05-01
Categories: Psychology
a selection from the PREFACE: THIS book was planned many years ago. As to the idea running through it, I cannot say when that arose. My feeling is, it was born with me. On reflection, indeed, it seems possible the seeds fell imperceptibly in youth--from F. A. Lange, maybe, and other sources--to germinate unseen in a congenial soil. However that may be, the idea underlies much that I have written. Even the present book began to be written, and to be published in a preliminary form, more than fifteen years ago. Perhaps I may be allowed to seek consolation for my slowness, however vainly, in the saying of Rodin that "slowness is beauty," and certainly it is the slowest dances that have been to me most beautiful to see, while, in the dance of life, the achievement of a civilisation in beauty seems to be inversely to the rapidity of its pace.



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