Dreaming In The Middle Ages by Steven F. Kruger


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Cambridge University Press, 1992. First edition. Very good copy. 

'Explores the ambivalence of the medieval dream through a close examination of philosophical, legal, and theological writings, as well as literary and autobiographical works.
Kruger studies the development of theories of dreaming from late-antique Neoplatonic writers to the dream theorists of the late Middle Ages, and he situates these in relation to more popular treatments of dreaming. A wide-ranging and challenging reinterpretation of the medieval dream, exploring an experience of crucial importance for our broader understanding of medieval culture.'