Film and the Dream Screen: A Sleep and a Forgetting (Princeton Legacy Library)

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Robert T. Eberwein uses a hypothesis from psychoanalytic theory to explore the frequently noticed similarity between dreaming and watching a film. His comprehensive study of the relationship between films and dreams explains the film screen as a psychic structure.

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Eberwein teaches courses in film history, theory, and appreciation at Oakland University.

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