by Graham Ward
from Modern Believing Vol 58:2 - April 2017

Abstract:

The Dream is Shakespeare’s deep reflection on the power of the imagination, its somatic and affective presence in sleep and dreaming, its generative power in poetry and performance, its psychological associations with love, desire, belief formation and belief transformation.

Keywords:

MIDSUMMER’S NIGHT’S DREAM, SLEEP, DREAMING, IMAGINATION


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