Ian Wallace - Author

About the Author

Ian Wallace is a qualified psychologist who specialises in dreams and the dreaming process. He is a regular guest on the Steve Wright show, frequently appears in the press and on television and is the author of the bestselling Top 100 Dreams. For more information about Ian and his work visit ianwallacedreams.com or follow him on Twitter @ ianwallace.

Featured books by Ian Wallace

The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams Be Your Own Dream Expert

The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams Be Your Own Dream Expert

Author: Ian Wallace Format: Paperback Release Date: 05/06/2014

If you've ever woken up thinking 'What was that about?' This fascinating dream dictionary with over 12,000 definitions will explain everything and help you become your own dream expert. Written by highly respected Dream Psychologist Ian Wallace, this comprehensive guide will help you interpret the imagery you see in your dreams and analyse the hidden meaning and messages within them. By exploring your dreams in this way, you'll reach a deeper understanding of what you really want in life - and work out how to achieve it. Whether you dream about flying above canyons, your teeth dropping out, missing the bus or standing naked in a crowded room, Ian will help you understand what your unconscious is trying to tell you and how you can use your dreams to help you live a rich and fulfilled life. After all, dream is just a dream until you put it into action...

Other books by Ian Wallace

Heller's Leap

Heller's Leap

Author: Ian Wallace Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 27/01/2017

The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams Be Your Own Dream Expert

The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams Be Your Own Dream Expert

Author: Ian Wallace Format: Paperback Release Date: 05/06/2014

If you've ever woken up thinking 'What was that about?' This fascinating dream dictionary with over 12,000 definitions will explain everything and help you become your own dream expert. Written by highly respected Dream Psychologist Ian Wallace, this comprehensive guide will help you interpret the imagery you see in your dreams and analyse the hidden meaning and messages within them. By exploring your dreams in this way, you'll reach a deeper understanding of what you really want in life - and work out how to achieve it. Whether you dream about flying above canyons, your teeth dropping out, missing the bus or standing naked in a crowded room, Ian will help you understand what your unconscious is trying to tell you and how you can use your dreams to help you live a rich and fulfilled life. After all, dream is just a dream until you put it into action...

Esther Shalev-Gerz

Esther Shalev-Gerz

Author: Ian Wallace, et al. Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/02/2013

This is a critical overview of international renowned artist Esther Shalev-Gerz's latest multi-disciplinary work. Based in Paris, Esther Shalev-Gerz is internationally recognized for her seminal contributions to the field of art in the public realm and her consistent investigation into the nature of democracy, cultural memory and the politics of public space. In her commemorative monuments, installations, video and photographic works, questions about history are posed and its relationship with collective memory is investigated. WHITEOUT: Between Telling and Listening presents a multi-disciplinary portrait comprised of fugitive stories that exist between the actual and the fictional, and the imagined and the experienced. Essayists address the work through a broader discussion of the artist's practice and offer a formal analysis in the context of historical approaches to photography and video.

The Top 100 Dreams The Dreams That We All Have and What They Really Mean

The Top 100 Dreams The Dreams That We All Have and What They Really Mean

Author: Ian Wallace Format: Paperback Release Date: 02/06/2011

Learn to speak the language of your dreams... We all dream, but our dreams often seem to be bizarre and confusing experiences that make little sense to us, no matter how much we try to analyse them. The key to understanding our dreams is looking beyond individual symbols and being able to see the bigger picture in the stories that we choose to create every night. There are 100 of these dream themes that are consistently reported by dreamers everywhere in the world, regardless of country or culture. These top 100 dreams appear again and again because they reflect fundamental life patterns. By recognising them, you will begin to achieve a much deeper understanding of your dreams and yourself. The Top 100 Dreams explains why you dream them, and suggests how you can use them to help you realise your most cherished hopes and aspirations in everyday life.

Ian Wallace

Ian Wallace

Author: Ian Wallace Format: Paperback Release Date: 21/04/2011

Feuchtwanger and Film- Feuchtwanger und Film

Feuchtwanger and Film- Feuchtwanger und Film

Author: Ian Wallace Format: Paperback Release Date: 24/07/2009

This volume contains a selection of the proceedings of a conference organised by the International Feuchtwanger Society entitled `Feuchtwanger and Film'. The conference took place in September 2007 at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and at Villa Aurora in Pacific Palisades to explore the link between literature and film, focusing especially on the work of Lion Feuchtwanger. The book opens with three chapters that analyse Feuchtwanger's novel Goya and in particular the powerful film which the East German director, Konrad Wolf, made for DEFA. A second section throws fresh light on another novel, Jud Suss, and the notorious Nazi film of the same name. The book then switches attention to the filming of Feuchtwanger's works by East German television, particularly Die Bruder Lautensack, before opening a window on Feuchtwanger's immense reputation in Russia with a study of Grigori Roshal's film Sem'ia Oppengeim (1939), based on the novel Die Geschwister Oppenheim (1933). A later section discusses the `filmic' qualities which characterise much of Feuchtwanger's oeuvre, while a final part widens the debate with an investigation of three other emigre authors and their involvement with DEFA (Arnold Zweig) and Hollywood (Franz Werfel and Anna Seghers). The volume concludes with a report on `Feuchtwanger Relaunched', a web-based project designed to inform media interest in Feuchtwanger's life and work. Dieser Band beinhaltet ausgewahlte Vortrage, die auf einer Konferenz der Internationalen Feuchtwanger Gesellschaft zum Thema Feuchtwanger und Film gehalten wurden. Die Konferenz fand im September 2007 an der Universitat von Sudkalifornien (USC) in Los Angeles und in der Villa Aurora in Pacific Palisades statt. Im Mittelpunkt der Konferenz standen die Verknupfungen von Literatur und Film, mit besonderer Berucksichtigung des Werkes von Lion Feuchtwanger. Die ersten drei Kapitel des Bandes sind der Analyse von Feuchtwangers Roman Goya gewidmet und der bekannten Verfilmung des Romanes durch Konrad Wolf fur die DEFA. Im zweiten Teil des Buches werden ein anderer Roman Feuchtwangers, Jud Suss, und der bekannte Nazi-Film gleichen Namens in ein neues Licht geruckt. Es folgen Beitrage zu Verfilmungen von Feuchtwanger-Stoffen durch das Fernsehen der DDR, besonders sei hier die Verfilmung Die Bruder Lautensack genannt, sowie - anhand einer Studie uber Grigori Roshals Film Sem'ia Oppengeim (1939), einer Adaption des Romans Die Geschwister Oppenheim (1933) - zu Feuchtwangers grossem Erfolg in Russland. Ein weiterer Abschnitt des Bandes beschaftigt sich mit den filmischen Qualitaten, welche sich durch Feuchtwangers oeuvre ziehen. Daran anschliessend werden drei weitere Exil-Autoren und deren Zusammenarbeit mit der DEFA (Arnold Zweig) bzw. mit Hollywood (Franz Werfel and Anna Seghers) beleuchtet. Der Band schliesst mit einem Bericht uber das Internet-basierte Projekt Feuchtwanger Relaunched , welches als Informationsplattform zu Lion Feuchtwanger fur Presse und Medien entwickelt wurde.

Beguiled by Birds Ian Wallace on British Birdwatching

Beguiled by Birds Ian Wallace on British Birdwatching

Author: Ian Wallace Format: Hardback Release Date: 02/08/2004

This book takes a personal and reflective look at the history and development of birdwatching in Britain. Over its long history, the study of birds has undergone dramatic changes in ideology and methodology, as the technological expertise available to us has grown and our understanding and appreciation of natural systems and the natural world has evolved. Birdwatching is no longer the preserve of 'men of science', but is a hugely popular hobby among the general public. The mainstream birdwatching magazines are increasingly tackling complex issues such as phylogeny and speciation as well as publishing extremely sophisticated identification articles and raising the profile of great birdwatching destinations around the world. Ian Wallace's account of the history of birdwatching in Britain is interspersed with numerous (and sometimes controversial) anecdotes which enhance the appeal of his engaging and entertaining text. This delightful book is enlivened throughout with the author's own charming colour paintings, and will appeal to everyone with any interest in birds and birdwatching in Britain.

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