by Henri Bergson
Publisher: B.W. Huebsch 1914
Number of pages: 76
The subject of the significance of dreams, so long ignored, has suddenly become a matter of energetic study and of fiery controversy the world over. The cause of this revival of interest is the new point of view brought forward by Professor Bergson in the paper which is here made accessible to the English-reading public.
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