Water and Dreams: An Essay on the Imagination of Matter (Bachelard Translation Series)
Gaston Bachelard, master dreamer of the elements, animates the waters of the soul with his stirring, fluid imagination. With the subtlety of a poet, he ranges from the surface of water with its reflective narcissism to the very depths where water flows into death. Clear waters, deep water, the Charon Complex, water in combination with other elements, maternal waters, water's morality, violent water, water's voice.
Specifications of Water and Dreams: An Essay on the Imagination of Matter (Bachelard Translation Series)
|Publisher||Dallas Inst Humanities & Culture|
|Number Of Pages||213|
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