The English Dream Vision: Anatomy of a Form.
Incidental references to PPl (79, 124-26, 140, 199) in discussions of the following conventional features of dream vision: the narrator’s state of turmoil; the sense that the events and images of the dream narrative are symbolic but comprehensible to the reader without the intervention of the dreamer-narrator; the familiar dream vision movement toward liberation and salvation, communicated through the transformation of flaws and limitations into formulations of divine love and forgiveness.
Rev. Michael D. Cherniss, MLQ 49 (1988): 285-91 (no. 1492); Kathryn L. Lynch, JEGP 88 (1989): 393-96; Rosemarie Potz McGerr, Centennial Review 33 (1989): 188-89.
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Russell, J. Stephen.