The forgotten language an introduction to the understanding of dreams, fairy tales and myths. by Erich Fromm

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It teaches how to decipher the "forgotten language", which is the language of symbols, and how it is used by our unconscious to build dreams and by our ancestors to make mysterious epics. It is a short book for a broad topic but despite that, I still liked it because it's easy to read and I /5.

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