OLAR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA AND DICTIONARY OF DREAMS by Zolor

OLAR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA AND DICTIONARY OF DREAMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Zolar, the high priest of that arcane art of astrology, has defined some 4000 words (most have multiple meanings) so that you can the next morning determine the significance of the night before. Sometimes your dreams are very representational-- i.e. adultery equals adultery or Argue, having an argument; sometimes they are more abstruse; an artichoke can mean dissension in the family, or gag, to be kissed by a pretty lady. Whether you take this sort of thing seriously, or use the information; as Zolar recommends, ""as a form of entertainment"" -- it's the kind of book which will probably be consulted in the bedroom, or kitchen. Tapioca- or Good Luck.

Publisher: Doubleday