Le rêve de Leïla (French Edition)

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Hard Cover. Front board features a gilt illustration and title. Spine also has a gilt title. Includes a foreword from Marie-Louise von Franz. Book: Near fine condition; very Inspired By Marie-Louise von Franz. Add to Cart. First Edition Thus. Original black cloth binding with gilt title on spine and cover. Some rubing to edges, pencil markings and light foxing. Early ownership inscription on front free endpaper, with bookplate of John Alfred Morton Prince, M. First edition. Forward by Carl Gustav Jung. Original green publisher's cloth, sunned on spine and edges of boards, spine ends slightly bumped.

Ownership inscription on front pastedown. Slight creasing to a few pages near the front of Second impression. Blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Previous owner's name in blue ink to front endpaper. A few scuffs to DJ and boards. A clean and tight copy London: Centaur Press, First Edition.

First printing. Orange cloth with gilt lettering to spine, cloth rubbed to board edges, foot of spine a little darkened, edges of text block foxed, with light foxing throughout. Dust jacket price clipped, a little darkened at the edges More about Superstitious Survivals. Soft Cover.

Cover shiny. Interior clean. Binding tight, as new. More about Among All These Dreamers. Essays on Dreaming and Modern Society. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, Light smudges to jacket cover. Spine ends rubbed, gently bruised. Otherwise boards are clean, tight. In fine condition. Book itself in near fine condition: very light stains on boards. Jacket in very good condition: tear at head of front cover, bumping at Toronto: Windrose Films, Second Printing.

Original green cloth binding with three coloured blind stamped shapes on front board. Title in yellow on spine. Discusses the nature of dreams and dreaming in our culture, examining the psychology of men and women, the Einsiedeln: Damion Verlag, Cover is shiny. Binding tight. Interior clean, as new.

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More about Learning From Dreams. Jacket torn with loss to spine ends and edges. Covers somewhat soiled with pencil markings on front. Dark blue boards lightly rubbed. Faded white smudge on rear board. Spine ends bruised. Light offsetting to endpapers. More about The Terror-Dream. First Thus.

Second impression of the abridged edition of the original , prepared by Mrs. Henry Sidgwick Eleanor Mildred Sidgwick. Original blue cloth boards, gilt titling to spine, spine is sunned.

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With select bibliography. Minor bumping to spine ends and corners. Light creasing to corners of some pages. Otherwise a clean and near fine copy.

Rochester, Vermont: Inner Traditions International, Thank you for all the work you put into these, I absolutely love the podcasts and your blog. For instance I discovered the brand Cuyana who made clothes, bags,… really simple, elegant and of good quality. Hey Garance! I had the exact same people on mind Lean Dunham and Leandra Medine , it would be amazing. I appreciate how your podcasts attain a higher level of subject matter.

The one with Gad Elmaleh and Alireza Niroomand was about culture shock, ethnicity and immigration. The one with Isabel Marant and Caroline de Maigret was about body image, feminism and beauty…. These are deeper than the typical videos of how to put on eyeliner. They also would say, I wish I had stayed out of the sun. Anyway, I think this would be a topic that would be healthy for younger women to hear, a change from the pressure to be perfect.

I always like interviews with people that are not well-known at all. I think that every person can be interesting. I love both for different reasons. Hi Garance! I would love if you had onetime as a guest Alexa Chung or Ines de la Fressange!

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Big kiss! I second some of the above suggestions: interviewing people interested in ecological fashion, people who work in the city but also live on a farm, as well as persons in fashion who are trying to avoid or not get swept up in fast fashion. Some international interviews would be great too- with people in France, Italy, and elsewhere in the world.

Some of the comments propose to hear about new unknown designers, the path to build the brand, the products etc… I would love that! Bye, Nathalie. He seems like a wonderful person, and I think we all would love to hear a little more of his story! These podcasts have been amazing so far! One suggestion off the top of my head would be Clemence Poesy. She is such a cool girl, I think she would have very interesting things to say about the movie industry and fashion. Hi Garance and crew.

I would love to know what kinds of essential items or capsule wardrobes the people you interview have. I would also love to know how people formed their own personal style. Yours is so lovely for you… The white jeans etc. Because you ask… I would like you to meet an artist called Junior who is always doing crazy things around the world.

I love your podcast! I love hearing about the differences between French and American customs, and the differences between generations. I spend hours stitching, and listening to the podcast feels a little like the tradition of Lectores de Tabaqueres — the readers who read to the Cuban cigar factory workers to keep the mind engaged. I hope you will just keep interviewing people you find really interesting; if you enjoy the conversation, we will enjoy the conversation.

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Thank you for the great work, El Lector! Coucou Garance! Ou au moins des sous-titres qui soient autres que les sous-titres de Youtube, imbuvables! Des illustrateurs.

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Bonjour Garance Une suggestion? Je ne pratique pas le podcast en fait donc je suis un peu moins fan de cette version de Pardon My French. Henson, Vanessa Paradis ouiii!! Also — more work looks. Downtown, in an office or cubicle — those of in engineering or sciences, consulting — but want to look cute and cool and not just boring — but not so fancy as can worn in the fashion or more artistic industries.

And maybe something more subdued than Manhattan-ers might wear. Suggestions for podcast guests. Merci infiniment Garance. So is it a faux pas to wear cocktail dresses for a night out in Paris? Please explain. My sequin MJ dress is dying to know. Thanks in advance. I did not understand, and I mean, not at ALL, what was happening in fashion like, am I completely out of it?

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