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From the Hardcover edition.
"While the book avoids adopting a particular religious perspective and sidesteps questions about the existence of life after death or the predictive power of dreams, it is infused with the sense that dreams-and human lives-are intrinsically meaningful." --Library Journal
"A groundbreaking book . . . from the dying dream of Socrates to the last vision of Carl Jung, it integrates a kaleidoscope of knowledge on the role of dreams in world history, theology, and myth."--Sarah Berkley, Sonoma Index-Tribune
|Ch. 1||Dreams of mortality||11|
|Ch. 2||The nature and meaning of dreams||33|
|Ch. 6||Care for the dying||115|
|App||Resources for caregiving for the terminally ill||143|