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Animal Dreaming: The Art and Science of Interspecies Communication (1987 Paperback)


£10.00

Good condition used 1987 American Bantam
Books Edition Paperback.

Published by Bantam Books, New York, USA.
Author: Jim Nollman.
ISBN: 0553344277. ISBN: 9780553344271.
Approx dims: 210mm h x 130mm w x 17mm d.

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Animal Dreaming: The Art and Science of Interspecies Communication (A Bantam New Age Book)

Condition and Description:

Good condition used 1987 American Bantam Books Edition Paperback.

Published by Bantam Books, New York, USA.
Author: Jim Nollman.
ISBN: 0553344277. ISBN: 9780553344271.
Approx dims: 210mm h x 130mm w x 17mm d.

Intact clean, sunned condition pictorial covers and spine with slight creasing, rubbing and signs of handling. 219 clean tanned pages of English text with some b&w illustrations, no inscriptions. Page ends tanned. Image shown is actual book for sale.

Synopsis of Animal Dreaming: The Art and Science of Interspecies Communication:

The author describes his experiences trying to communicate with animals using music, and examines the reactions of whales, dolphins, turkeys, monkeys, buffalos, seagulls, and spiders.

Many wish two-way communication with animals were possible. Nollman’s work describes his encounters with orcas, whales, and buffalo, encounters in which he used musical instruments to create a dialogue. The book opens with the Australian aborigine concept of “dreaming,” and in the final chapters reinforces that idea in a discussion of Nollman’s concepts of intelligence, interspecies comradeship, and natural wisdom. The book is easily read and conveys the author’s joy and sense of brotherhood in communicating with animals. However, some will question his belief in “a deep intellect and communication network present throughout nature.”