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  • Josua danilo prates 9 months ago amazing! beautiful, sad, oniric and very intriguing. congratulations!

    Red Rabbit on Vimeo

  • The novel in itself is constructed as a network where macrocosmical and microcosmical, real, oniric and fictional layers mirror back at each other, while they are travelled and transgressed continuously by the narrative voice.

    Theatricality of Sound in Hypertext Writing in Romanian Literature

  • An oniric research of a treasure across imaginary landscapes is the concept of this videoclip, once again the work of Abstract Groove for a Diesel Kid campaign.

    No Fat Clips!!! : Diesel Kid: Seasonal

  • The expression and colors are simply magic, oniric and poetic. jan lewin-cadogan said … hello, I have just enjoyed looked at your work.

    Museum Blogs

  • It is a trial-and-error method of perceiving or apperceiving a stimulus by marshelling associated ideas; in this case they are serially evoked; (what might be called "oniric echelon"); in other cases the trial apperceptions are blended smoothly (oniric fusion) or heaped together in rough-and-tumble fashion, a kind of confusion (conveniently called "oniric entassement") which testifies sufficiently to the failures of the Unconscious t o dispose smoothly of arriving excitations, and so emphasizes; the theory of trial-and-error, as applied to dreams.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • ■ imI more ov. tt of oniric mid mhi upon iDiulry gixiel cuu -

    The Lay of the Last Minstrel: A Poem

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